May 21, 2024


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Spot rubber prices tumble as physical market opens after 50-day lockdown

Spot rubber price ranges were being sharply down when the actual physical marketplace resumed buying and selling soon after a very long gap of 50 days on Wednesday. RSS four declined to ₹116 (₹125) a kg, according to the Rubber Board. As per reports, the Board has purchased 56 tonnes of rubber so far under the Value Guidance Scheme.

Rubber futures on the Indian Commodity Exchange (ICEX) were being mixed as lack of clarity about the authorities stimulus saved most traders on the sidelines. The Might thirty day period contracts were being down, with 21 lots of reduction in open up fascination thanks to very long liquidation. However, June rubber was a shade larger, with 26 lots addition in open up fascination presumably indicating rollover of longs from Might contracts.

The Might contracts weakened to ₹113.25 (₹113.50) even though the June contracts enhanced to ₹114.09 (₹113.ninety two) per kg on the ICEX. The Might contracts were being down .22 per cent with a volume of thirty lots and whole trade benefit of ₹33.94 lakh.

“Rubber futures are anticipated to stay array-certain involving ₹11,000 and eleven,580 levels right up until the close of this week,” explained Ajay Kedia of Kedia Securities.

RSS three (spot) dropped to ₹104.seventy eight (₹104.89) per kg at Bangkok. Its Might futures slid to ₹98.60 (₹98.seventy eight), June to ₹100.85 (₹100.ninety six) and July to ₹103.32 (₹103.41) per kg on the Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM). SMR20 enhanced to ₹82.12 (₹81.48) and Latex 60 per cent to ₹75.47 (₹74.35 ) per kg at Kuala Lumpur.

Spot rubber prices (Rs/kg) were being: RSS-four: ₹116 (₹125) RSS-5: ₹110 (₹120) ISNR twenty: ₹108 (₹114) and Latex (60% drc): ₹78.twenty (₹84)