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1. 22/05/2018
   
KUALA LUMPUR: The following factors are likely to influence Malaysian palm oil futures and other vegetable oil markets.
2. 22/05/2018
   
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures declined on Monday evening, snapping two sessions of gains, weighed down by weaker export data from a cargo surveyor and an inspection company.
3. 22/05/2018
   
Soybean prices climbed Monday, poised for their strongest one-day gain in more than a month, as the U.S. declared an apparent truce in its trade spat with China.
4. 22/05/2018
   
Singapore shares rallied Monday along with the rest of Asia as investors drew comfort after U.S. and China softened import tariff threats against each other, while announcing intent to work out details of a wider deal. Malaysia shares slipped.
5. 22/05/2018
   
Edible oils market ruled weak on lack of demand, bearish futures amid weak rupee making import costly
6. 21/05/2018
   
The following factors are likely to influence Malaysian palm oil futures and other vegetable oil markets on Monday May 21.
7. 21/05/2018
   
Indonesia is world’s largest palm oil producer and exporter by a mile today. The Southeast Asian country produces 36 million metric tonnes (MT) of palm oil annually, followed by Malaysia, with 21 million MT
8. 21/05/2018
   
The world’s biggest oilseed processor confirmed one of the soybean market’s biggest fears: China has essentially stopped buying United States supplies amid the brewing trade war, according to a report from Bloomberg Business.
9. 21/05/2018
   
Malaysian palm oil futures ended the week trading to the highest in more than five weeks, attributed to gains in related edible oils and crude oil while underpinned by a weaker ringgit despite setbacks from weaker export data.
10. 21/05/2018
   
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures rose as much as 1 per cent on Friday to their highest in more than five weeks, tracking gains in related edible oils and crude oil, while a weaker ringgit also lent support.
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