Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries

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7th Floor, Bangunan Getah Asli (Menara)
148, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
T: +603-2161 1900 F: +603-2161 3014 E: secretariat@anrpc.org

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UN raises global economic forecast to 5.4% growth in 2021

May 12, 2021
The United Nations on Tuesday responded to the rebounding Chinese and U.S. economies by revising its global economic forecast upward to 5.4% growth for 2021, but it warned that surging COVID-19 cases and inadequate availability of vaccines in many countries
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Oil prices rise on nagging fears of fuel shortages

May 12, 2021
Oil prices settled higher on Tuesday, as lingering fears of gasoline shortages due to an outage at the largest U.S. fuel pipeline system after a cyber attack brought futures back from an early drop of more than 1%.
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Oil climbs on solid demand outlook as market awaits fresh cues

May 12, 2021
Oil prices rose on Wednesday after a drop in U.S. crude inventories reinforced OPEC's robust demand outlook, while the market awaited fresh updates on the Colonial Pipeline outage.
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Thai cabinet approves US$1.45 billion of projects to help economy

May 12, 2021
Thailand's cabinet on Tuesday approved 45 billion baht (US$1.45 billion) of projects aimed at reviving the economy, the prime minister said, as the tourism-reliant country struggles with a third wave of coronavirus infections.
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Malaysia's economy shrinks in Q1, less than expected

May 11, 2021
Malaysia’s economy contracted in the first quarter, but far less than the last quarter of 2020, as domestic spending improved along with external demand in spite of a spike in coronavirus cases, the central bank said on Tuesday.
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Singapore goes on defensive as virus success status at risk

May 11, 2021
Singapore, the Asian city-state that has been among the world’s best at containing the Covid-19 pandemic, is back on the defensive, reimposing local restrictions and tightening its borders amid a pop in cases.
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Stocks cheer prospects for low rates; oil rides pipeline outage higher

May 10, 2021
Stocks rose on Monday amid speculation that interest rates will remain low due to receding inflationary pressure, while oil and gas prices jumped after a cyber attack on a U.S. pipeline operator unnerved markets.
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Brent oil surge draws flood of crude cargoes towards Europe

May 10, 2021
Soaring premiums for North Sea oil have led to an influx of crude cargoes into Europe from exporters throughout the Atlantic Basin.
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Chip shortage in focus as Japan automakers ready to report profit drop

May 10, 2021
While Japan's biggest automakers report what analysts expect to be depressed earnings this week, investors looking for trading cues will be tuned into any assessment of the future impact of a global chip shortage that has forced a shake-up in production.
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BNM's OPR decision keeps ringgit higher against US dollar at opening

May 07, 2021
The ringgit opened slightly higher against the US dollar today after Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) maintained its interest rate at 1.75%, signalling that Malaysia's economic recovery is on track, dealers said.
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