ERJ staff report (DS)
London -- Rubber prices remained stable overnight. As a result of the sharp falls at the end of last week, the main producing nations are talking about support if prices fall below $3.50. On Tokyo's Tocom Exchange, prices for the six-month contract closed unchanged at yen 270($3.50) per kg on Tuesday 15 Nov. Shorter-dated prices eased slightly to close down yen 3 at yen 253.
In Singapore, SGX said RSS3 for delivery in May 2012 was up $0.03, to trade at around $3.55, while short-dated prices were unchanged at $3.34. TSR20 for March delivery was also unchanged, trading around $3.38.
In India, NMCE said November deliveries remained below Rs 200, sinking by 6 rupees to close at Rs 192 ($3.79).
In China the Shanghai Futures Exchange saw November deliveries sank by a fraction of a yuan to close at Yuan 26.5 ($4.17) per kilo.
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Rubber prices on Tocom (Tokyo)
Prices on SGX (Singapore) (select rubber in the drop-down listing)
Rubber prices on NMCE (India)
Rubber prices on SFE (Shanghai)
Market Watch (7 - 11 November 2011) from IRCo
Daily report on Natural Rubber: 15 Nov 2011 from Geojit Comtrade Limited (India)
International Rubber Prices 15 Nov 2011 from Geojit Comtrade Limited (India)
VNB Blog (Vietnam)
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