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101. 13/03/2019
   
The worst is over for the plantation sector as palm oil exports are expected to make a strong recovery this month, after a dismal fourth quarter last year (Q4 18) and a surprise spike in inventory last month.
102. 12/03/2019
   
The following factors are likely to influence Malaysian palm oil futures and other vegetable oil markets.
103. 12/03/2019
   
Indonesia plans to revise its luxury tax scheme for cars to encourage production of environmentally friendly vehicles and to help promote Southeast Asia's biggest economy as a regional hub for exports, ministers said on Monday.
104. 12/03/2019
   
Malaysia’s total palm oil stocks in February increased 1.34% to 3.05 million tonnes from 3.01 million tonnes in January
105. 12/03/2019
   
Higher Indonesia biodiesel mandate, slower palm oil supply growth for Indonesia and increase in palm oil demand from China will be the key factors to pare down the high palm oil stocks and help raise crude palm oil (CPO) prices, according to the key takeways from the recent Annual Palm and Lauric Oils Conference (POC 2019).
106. 12/03/2019
   
Kenanga research has maintained its neutral outlook on the plantations sector despite expected improvements in CPO prices
107. 12/03/2019
   
The White House said on Monday it was "absurd" to suggest that President Donald Trump was an unreliable negotiator as China reportedly balks at a summit with President Xi Jinping over concerns Trump would walk away from a trade deal
108. 12/03/2019
   
Oil prices rose on Tuesday, lifted by healthy demand and output cuts led by producer group OPEC
109. 12/03/2019
   
The pound jumped on Tuesday and Asian shares rose after the European Commission agreed to changes in a Brexit deal ahead of a vote in the British parliament on a divorce agreement
110. 12/03/2019
   
Coordinating Economic Minister Darmin Nasution has stressed that the trade war between China and the United States has badly affected and will continue to affect Indonesia’s exports as both countries will import less from Indonesia as they experience economic slowdowns.
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