Panic selling sap stained rubber

by on December 27, 2021 0

Spot rubber ended on a low note on Monday. The market lost further ground following near-panic sales from traders as arrivals continued to rise sharply against a sharp drop in demand for RSS-4 ceded to 162 yen (165) per kg, according to the tradespeople. The content fell to 163 (166) per kg, as reported...

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Seize this trading opportunity in a commodity PSU share

by on December 24, 2021 0

About the company: The Metals and Minerals Trading Corporation of India (or MMTC (NS :)) exports minerals and imports precious metals, non-ferrous metals, fertilizers, food products, coal and hydrocarbons, etc. MMTC is one of the two main sources of foreign exchange. for India and India’s largest public sector trade body. The stock is trading...

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Football Marshall: Will Rasheen Ali, a flagship, stay with Herd? | Marshall University

by on December 21, 2021 0

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Raw materials contribute 70% to Nigeria’s GDP, according to LCFE

by on December 18, 2021 0

Posted December 19, 2021 the Lagos Commodities and Futures Exchange said that commodities contribute about 70 percent of Nigeria’s gross domestic product. Managing Director and CEO Mr. Akin Akeredolu-Ale said on Friday while reaffirming LCFE’s commitment to advocacy as a strategy to raise awareness of how the stock market commodities could increase the country’s...

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Commodities 2022: USWC longshoreman collective bargaining could further disrupt U.S. freight markets

by on December 15, 2021 0

Strong points USWC union negotiations in 2022 could exacerbate congestion issues and increase freight Union resists port automation despite increasing efficiency of Asian and European ports Supply chain disruption contributes to annual FAK rate increase of 115% Shippers plan to divert USWC volumes to USGC and USEC gateways At the height of global port...

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Four million Nigerian women interested in family planning lack access to basic commodities

by on December 12, 2021 0

The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Nigeria’s national representative, Ulla Mueller, says the country has 15.1 percent unmet need for family planning. Ms. Mueller revealed it in Abuja at the NAN Forum, the Nigeria News Agency’s (NAN) flagship interview program. According to her, 15.1% of Nigerian women and girls who wish to access family...

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