MUMBAI, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Natural rubber prices in India are likely to edge higher this week as local supplies are expected to drop from next month due to wintering season and as prices moved up in the overseas markets, dealers said. Tokyo rubber futures ended higher on Tuesday after an early drop to a 1-week low spurred bargain hunting, driven by a seasonal decline in physical supply. The benchmark March rubber on India's National Multi-Commodity Exchange (NMCE) was up 0.8 percent at ...
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