ERJ staff report (DS)
Tokyo -- Prices on Tokyo's rubber exchanges crept upwards overnight.
On Tokyo's TOCOM Exchange, prices for the six-month contract closed up about yen 8 at yen 433 ($5.35) per kg on Friday 25 March. March contracts finished down by 15 yen at yen 440 ($5.44) per kilo.
In Singapore, Sicom said short-dated RSS3 prices closed at around $5.65, down by $0.07on yesterday. Short-dated TSR 20 rose slightly, closing at $5.13
India's NMCE prices were unmoved, with April deliveries finishing at around Rs 223 ($4.99) per kilo
Shanghai Futures Exchange also remained unchanged, with the highest price recorded at yuan 37.6 ($5.73) per kilo for short-dated contracts. Longer-dated contracts also remained largely unchanged, finishing at Yuan 36.
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