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The Prices of Most Rubber Spot Fell and Thailand RSS3 Tight Supply

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According to the information from Singapore at April 24th,a majority of spot rubber prices in Asia on Tuesday fell, following the TOCOM of glue decline. The prices of RSS3 rubber in Thailand maintain the uplink due to the tight suppling. But in fact, the majority of traders in Thailand can not sell the delivery of RSS3 rubber, because they can not get enough raw materials for production, a large-scale exporters expressing.
 
SIR20 rubber were sold for about 3,580 dollars per tonne at June shipment of Indonesia, FOB benchmark.
 
May and June shipment of Thailand on the 3rd Smoke piece of rubber RSS3 at 380-385 cents per kilogram, the previous day at 380-382 cents per kilogram. 
 
May and June shipment Thailand tire grade Standard rubber STR20 370-371 cents per kilogram, the previous day at 372-374 cents per kilogram.
 
May and June shipment of Indonesian tire grade Standard rubber SIR20 359-360 cents per kilogram, the previous day at 360-362 cents per kilogram.
 
May and June shipment, the Malaysian tire-class Standard rubber SMR20 369-370 cents per kilogram, the previous day at 370-371 cents per kilogram.  
Most the prices of rubber spot in Asia on Tuesday fell, following the TOCOM of glue decline and  the prices of RSS3 rubber in Thailand maintain the uplink due to the tight suppling.

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