China's rubber futures have climbed for ten consecutive trading sessions to hit the highest in more than two years driven by tight supplies and a pick-up in demand from downstream industries.
Before the Golden Week holiday, the most actively-traded rubber futures contract on the Shanghai Futures Exchange had been trading within a range between 10,660 yuan and 12,800 yuan per tonne.
After the holiday, however, rubber futures hit 14,810 . . .
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