SICOM-SGX: Asia’s rubber trading powerhouse

The Singapore Commodity Exchange (SICOM) is a key exchange for the trading of two of the world’s most important commodities — coffee and rubber. The Exchange offers market participants, the trading of rubber futures contracts on its electronic platform, e-SICOM,...

TOCOM To focus on new initiatives

Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM) is Japan’s largest and one of Asia’s most prominent commodity futures exchanges including rubber. Apart from rubber, it operates electronic markets for precious metals, oil and soft commodities. While continuing with public awareness...

NR TRADING: CHANGING TRACKS

By A Saj Mathews Till 1960’s, natural rubber remained a commodity, a raw material in the hands of brokers responsible for bringing together sellers and buyers, and traders providing the logistics required to transport rubber between producers and consumers. Trading...

Indian tyre stocks recover on lowering trade tensions

Moving in tandem with the trends on the bourses, stocks of tyre companies recovered in the period of February 25, 2019 to April 12, 2019. During the period, the BSE Sensex gained over 7%, while the stocks of tyre companies increased in the range from 1% to 9%. In...

Indian tyre stocks fall on poor corporate earnings

By Sharad P Matade Stocks of Indian tyre companies performed below the trends on the bourses during the period from December 17, 2018 to February 22, 2019. The BSE Sensex had a flat growth during the period, while most of tyre companies’ stocks reported a negative...

Indian tyre stocks gain on strengthening rupee

Strengthening rupee against dollar, falling crude oil prices, easing trade tensions between the US and China etc boosted the market sentiments and led to a 4-15% surge in the stocks of the Indian tyre majors during the October 16, 2018 – December 14, 2018...