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TOCOM ends higher, Shanghai stocks drop eases China demand concerns TOKYO: Benchmark Tokyo rubber futures ended 1.7 percent higher on Monday, bolstered by a jump in Shanghai futures to a near three-week high after data showed a sharp decline in China's rubber stockpiles.Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM) futures, which set the tone for tyre rubber prices in Southeast Asia, have recently been under pressure by worries over slack demand in China, the world's top buyer, but the near 5 percent fall in Shanghai stockpiles eased those concerns, brokers said.Rubber inventories in warehouses monitored by the Shanghai Futures Exchange fell 4.7 percent from the previous week, the exchange said on Friday after the TOCOM's close."The (Shanghai inventory) data may have triggered the jump today," said a Tokyo-based source with a broker.The Tokyo Commodity Exchange rubber contract for August delivery finished 3.6 yen higher at 214.1 yen per kg. The contract rose as high as 214.9 yen, its loftiest since March 17.The U.S. ...


Bangladesh reissues tenders to import 100,000 T wheat DHAKA: Bangladesh's state grains buyer reissued two tenders on Monday to import a total of 100,000 tonnes of wheat as the country's extensive import programme continues.The closing date for both the tenders is April 8 and shipment expected within 40 days after contract signing, a senior official of the state grains buyer said.The tenders were earlier cancelled as bidders failed to comply with terms and conditions.The state grains buyer plans to ship in 900,000 tonnes ...

China's Feb corn imports from Ukraine nearly triple on year: customs BEIJING: China, the world's second-largest corn consumer, imported 574,000 tonnes of corn from Ukraine in February, nearly triple the level taken in the same month a year ago, official customs data showed on Monday.The February imports bring the total shipped from the Black Sea nation to 1.04 million tonnes for the first two months of 2015, more than five times the shipments in the same period last year, the General Administration of Customs data showed.China ...

Palm gains, traders snap up Indonesian shipments before tax levy  KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures rose on Monday as Indonesia's plan to impose levies on crude palm exports triggered hasty buying from the top producer, although traders say gains are "unsustainable" as the tropical oil battles with dwindling global demand.Indonesian officials are preparing new rules for a charge of $50 on every tonne of crude palm oil (CPO) shipped at a zero export tax rate, with the funds going to help pay for biodiesel ...

Gold steadies on weaker dollar, post-Fed caution LONDON: Gold steadied on Monday, following a three-day rally that pushed it to its highest in two weeks, as a weaker dollar and caution from the Federal Reserve on the timing of a possible hike in U.S. interest rates generated modest investor interest.Spot gold was unchanged at $1,182.60 an ounce by 1107 GMT. It climbed to its highest since March 6 at $1,187.80 on Friday, as the dollar tumbled.European shares fell, also on caution about ...

Lead jumps as available inventories dry up; copper firm LONDON: Lead prices climbed on Monday on concern about potential shortages after a dramatic drop in available inventories while a weaker dollar helped to support other metals, with copper rising to its highest in more than two months.London Metal Exchange (LME) data showed that one party was holding up to 80 percent of inventories while the proportion of available inventories tumbled to slightly more than 50 percent from about 95 percent.LME data does not provide ...

Bangladesh reissues tenders to import 100,000 tonnes wheat DHAKA: Bangladesh's state grains buyer reissued two tenders on Monday to import a total of 100,000 tonnes of wheat as the country's extensive import programme continues.The closing date for both the tenders is April 8 and shipment expected within 40 days after contract signing, a senior official of the state grains buyer said. The tenders were earlier cancelled as bidders failed to comply with terms and conditions. The state grains buyer plans to ship in ...


 



 
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