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

Market News

Ringgit slightly higher against US dollar on mild buying interest

Mar 02, 2021
The ringgit was slightly higher at the opening on Tuesday, buoyed by mild interest despite the stable US dollar and lower crude oil prices.
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OPEC oil output falls in February on Saudi additional cut - survey

Mar 02, 2021
OPEC oil output fell in February as a voluntary cut by Saudi Arabia added to agreed reductions under a pact with allies, a Reuters survey found, ending a run of seven consecutive monthly increases.
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Oil prices rebound ahead of key OPEC output discussion

Mar 01, 2021
Oil rebounded from its biggest slump since November ahead of a key OPEC+ meeting that may see some supply returned to a fast-tightening market.
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Ringgit opens lower against US dollar, partly hobbled by crude oil

Mar 01, 2021
The ringgit opened lower against the US dollar on Monday, hobbled partly by the domino effect of risk-off sentiment on the crude oil market as investors turned cautious ahead of next week’s Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) meeting.
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Govt activates rubber production incentive in Sabah, Sarawak

Mar 01, 2021
The Rubber Production Incentive (IPG) for February 2021 has been activated in Sabah and Sarawak, said the Malaysian Rubber Board (MRB).
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Thailand: Auto loan competition ramped up

Mar 01, 2021
Auto loan competition is expected to intensify as players joined the segment, with new car sales helping to propel the auto loan market this year, says a consumer loan firm.
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Chip Shortages Hit Japan Car Sales Amid Production Cuts

Mar 01, 2021
Japan’s motor vehicle sales dropped in February for the first time in five months, in the latest sign of fallout from the global shortage of semiconductors.
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Ringgit extends downtrend against US dollar in early trade

Feb 26, 2021
The ringgit extended its downtrend against the US dollar on Friday morning, as the stronger greenback sentiment curbed risk appetite for the local currency, a dealer said.
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Oil mixed, US crude hits highest since 2019

Feb 26, 2021
Oil prices were mixed on Thursday with U.S. crude edging up to its highest close since 2019 as Texas refineries restarted production after last week's freeze, while Brent eased on worries that four months of gains will prompt producers to boost output.
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Ringgit almost unchanged against US dollar in early trade

Feb 25, 2021
After closing marginally higher on Wednesday, the ringgit traded almost unchanged against the US dollar on Thursday morning due to a lack of market catalysts to drive the local currency further.
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