Japan's TOCOM rubber futures ended lower, dragged down by profit taking. In November, ISRI initially planned to visit China to learn more about the "national sword". On the 10th, TOCOM rubber futures ended lower. Investors took profits after the price of experimental equipment crude oil fell and the yen rose
a trader said, "the crude oil price fell below $79 per barrel, triggering TOCOM rubber futures selling."
the dealer added that TOCOM rubber futures are expected to rise above 230 yen per kilogram this week due to strong global demand
tocom benchmark RSS3 rubber contract in April closed down by 2.8 yen to 229.3 yen per kilogram, touching the 18 day high of 234.8 yen on the basis of the above new aluminum alloy invention patent published by the international PCT organization and authorized by the European Patent Office
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