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 Market news in brief (Oct. 23, 2015)


- Oil prices extended gains into a second day in Asian trade, finding support from brighter economic data and a global stock market rally after the ECB signalled its willingness to launch more stimulus measures. 

- Oil futures lost more ground after data from Baker Hughes showed that the number of active U.S. oil-drilling rigs fell by 1 to 594 as of Friday.


- Gold ticked up from its lowest in over a week but was poised to snap a two-week winning streak due to a stronger dollar and robust data that boosted expectations for a U.S. rate rise this year. 

- Gold futures settled with a loss on Friday, as strength in the U.S. dollar sent prices for the metal to their lowest level in two weeks. 


- The euro skidded to two-month lows against the dollar, a day after the ECB hinted at more stimulus in December, tipping the common currency into one of its biggest falls in recent years.

- International Monetary Fund staff are set to give the all-clear for China's yuan to be included in the lender's benchmark currency basket, laying the groundwork for a favorable decision by policymakers, people familiar with the discussions said on Sunday


- Taiwan's Kenda Rubber Industrial Co Ltd had received an investment certificate, a key green light from the Vietnamese government, to invest $160 million in a tyre plant in the country, the Vietnam Investment Review newspaper reported, citing a Vietnamese government official.

- Benchmark TOCOM rubber futures fell to a three-week low on Thursday, extending losses into fifth session, as persistent concerns over oversupply and slowing growth in top buyer China continued to weigh on the market sentiment.


Asian Rubber Futures
Oct 22               Change from previous close
Tocom    Mar RSS3       Y166.5/Kg            Down Y2.4 Kg
Shanghai Jan SCR5       CNY11,130/ton        Down CNY85
Thai     May RSS3       THB49.25/Kg          Up THB0.45
Sicom    Nov RSS3       US 127.6 cents/kg    Down US0.1 cents
Sicom    Nov TSR20      US 124.9 cents/kg    Up US0.9 cents
Asian Physical Rubber
Grade Shipment Oct 22   Oct 21
RSS3  Nov/Dec  128-130  128-130
STR20 Nov/Dec  129-130  129-130
SIR20 Nov/Dec  124-124  124-124
SMR20 Nov/Dec  127-128  127-128
SVR3L Nov      131      131
USS      Nov   THB40.11 - THB40.35           THB40.33-THB41.50


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