OUTLOOK-India rubber seen down on higher supplies, weak demand

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MUMBAI, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Indian natural rubber futures are likely to ease this week on rising supplies and weak demand in the local markets, though lower-level buying from tyre makers trying to stock-up for the lean season is likely to limit the downside. Rubber production in India peaks during the October-January period and starts falling from February. "Supplies are increasing in the spot market, whereas demand is weak. We expect rubber futures to remain ...

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