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World Rubber Demand Slowdown to Weigh on Prices Through 2020
14.08.2015

World Rubber Demand Slowdown to Weigh on Prices Through 2020

World demand for natural rubber will probably slow through 2016 as consumption growth weakens in China, the biggest importer, curbing prices of the raw material used in everything from tires to medical gloves and condoms.

Rubber Trades Near One-Week Low as Strengthening Yen Cuts Appeal
Rubber Trades Near One-Week Low as Strengthening Yen Cuts Appeal

27.09.2013

Rubber traded near a one-week low as the Japanese currency extended its advance against the dollar, weakening the appeal of yen-denominated contracts.

The contract for March delivery on the Tokyo Commodity Exchange, which became the most-active today, dropped as low as 274.3 yen a kilogram ($2,788 a metric ton), approaching a one-week low for futures of 271.2 yen reached yesterday. Rubber traded at 274.9 yen at 10:15 a.m. and headed for the first quarterly advance since the three months through December.

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Tokyo rubber futures edge down, BOJ in focus (May 22)
Tokyo rubber futures edge down, BOJ in focus (May 22)

22.05.2013

TOKYO, May 22 (Reuters) – Key Tokyo rubber futures extended declines on Wednesday on falling oil prices, while investors awaited the end of a Bank of Japan policy meeting for clues on whether the yen would continue to strengthen, dampening demand for commodities priced in the currency.

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Tokyo rubber futures rise 2 percent on weaker yen (April 8)
Tokyo rubber futures rise 2 percent on weaker yen (April 8)

08.04.2013

TOKYO, April 8 (Reuters) – Key TOCOM rubber futures rose more than 2 percent on Monday as the yen dropped to a near four-year low on reports the Bank of Japan would begin buying longer-dated bonds immediately to beat deflation.

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Rubber Declines Amid Yen’s Advance, Rising Stockpiles in China
Rubber Declines Amid Yen’s Advance, Rising Stockpiles in China

13.03.2013

Rubber dropped for a second day to the lowest level in more than a week as Japan’s currency climbed, reducing the appeal of yen-denominated contracts, and on concern that reserves in China are increasing.

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The demand for tires in China goes down will be detrimental to rubber
The demand for tires in China goes down will be detrimental to rubber

26.04.2012

The demand for tires in China, the country consumes the most tires in the world, is growing at a slower rate because of economic downturn.

It is to Mr. Makio Ohashi, vice president of Bridgestone Corporation, the largest tire manufacturer in the world.

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Demand for natural rubber in the world down by the world economy
Demand for natural rubber in the world down by the world economy

26.04.2012

European Economic instability, economic growth slowed in China that global demand for rubber down.

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Chinese traders continue to buy more rubber
Chinese traders continue to buy more rubber

13.04.2012

The tire manufacturers are increasingly buying Chinese rubber market in the context of sparse trading ahead of the holiday lasts a week in Thailand.

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Rubber prices rise in 3 months
Rubber prices rise in 3 months

02.03.2012

CafeF.vn - Natural rubber prices may increase due to reduced output by seasonal factors at the right time of high demand from China and India.

Starting in March, the rubber-producing countries of the world including Thailand, Malaysia and Indnoesia will enter the dry season - the season for deciduous trees and little pus. Supply the world market so be sure to tighten the output could fall by 40% compared with normal. Prices usually rise so strongly in this period, and last year set a record high above 535 yen / kg, or $ 6,400 / ton.

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