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1. 20/10/2017
   
The following factors are likely to influence Malaysian palm oil futures and other vegetable oil markets on Friday Oct 20.
2. 20/10/2017
   
The palm oil January contract may gain more to 2,742 ringgit per tonne, as suggested by a Fibonacci retracement analysis.
3. 20/10/2017
   
A successful innovation ecosystem can bridge the gap between knowledge economy and commercial economy, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri.
4. 20/10/2017
   
The state government wants to diversify Sarawak’s economy through bio-economy, with biomass as an integral part of the transition.
5. 20/10/2017
   
European Union soybean imports in the 2017/18 season that began on July 1 had reached 3.25 million tonnes by Oct. 17, down 19 percent from 4.0 million tonnes imported by the same stage last season, official data showed on Thursday.
6. 20/10/2017
   
JAKARTA: Indonesian exports of crude palm oil likely inched down in September from the month before, while output in the world's top producer of the commodity increased, a Reuters survey showed.
7. 20/10/2017
   
Malaysian palm oil futures continued to fall on Thursday evening in its second consecutive session, tracking weakness on China's Dalian Commodity Exchange and on estimates of rising palm oil production.
8. 20/10/2017
   
KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips plumbed to the lowest since April on Thursday on Maybank, Digi and Petronas Gas losses as foreign funds continued to reduce their shareholdings.
9. 20/10/2017
   
A firm opening by Chicago soyoil prices on Thursday provided late support to European vegetable oil markets, traders said.
10. 20/10/2017
   
For surviving the wild animals, a five-year crucial global pact was signed at a summit in Germany on Thursday with an aim to promote sustainable means of growing palm oil which often results in widespread loss to biodiversity, including in Southeast Asia.
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