ERJ staff report (DS)
London -- Rubber prices increased slightly overnight. On Tokyo's Tocom Exchange, prices for the six-month contract closed up by five yen, to close at yen 273 ($3.55) per kg on Tuesday 10 January. Shorter-dated prices were up by the same amount, at yen 254.
In Singapore, TSR20 for June delivery was also trading up by $0.03 at $3.34 toward the market close. Short-dated contracts were also up by three cents, trading around $3.29 a few minutes before the close.
In India, NMCE said January deliveries fell by about three rupees over the weekend, to close at Rs 191 ($3.66).
In China the Shanghai Futures Exchange saw January 2012 deliveries essentially unchanged to close at Yuan 26.3 ($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 (2 - 6 Jan. 2012) from IRCo
Daily report on Natural Rubber: 10 Jan 2012 from Geojit Comtrade Limited (India)
International Rubber Prices 10 Jan 2012 from Geojit Comtrade Limited (India)
VNB Blog (Vietnam)
Reuters via Yahoo (Bangkok)
Rubber weakens on absence of bulk buying The Hindu Business Line (India)
Biggest Rubber Glut Since 2004 Cuts Michelin Costs: Commodities Bloomberg (Japan)