By Lucy Craymer

Asian rubber markets ended Thursday's session mixed, mirroring the broader market that remains on edge over the outcome of the U.S. presidential race.

The Technical Specified Rubber contract, the most widely traded, on the Singapore Exchange rose, likely because of broad U.S. dollar weakness. However, the Shanghai rubber futures contract was lower after there was weakness in a number of equity markets across the region.

The Tokyo Commodities Exchange was closed Thursday for a holiday observance.

Asian Rubber Futures

Nov 3 Change from previous close

Tocom Apr RSS3 CLOSED CLOSED

Shanghai Jan SCR5 CNY13,795/TonDown CNY170/Ton

Sicom Dec RSS3 US 169.1 cents/Kg Down US 1.7 cents/Kg

Sicom Dec TSR20 US 148.0 cents/Kg Up US 1.9 cents/Kg

USS Nov THB53.80-THB54.49/Kg THB54.01-THB54.79/Kg

Write to Lucy Craymer at lucy.craymer@wsj.com, @lucy_craymer

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

November 03, 2016 07:12 ET (11:12 GMT)

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