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101. 12/02/2020
As White House confirms US President Donald Trump’s two-day maiden visit to India starting February 24, spotlight will be on soothing fractured trade ties with the country’s largest export destination
102. 11/02/2020
On Tuesday the expectation that CPO supply is likely to stay low in 1Q due to low fertiliser input a year back and falling stocks are likely to be supportive of CPO price.
103. 11/02/2020
Malaysian palm oil end-stocks fell for a fourth consecutive month in January to the lowest level in over two years, according to data released by the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) yesterday.
104. 11/02/2020
Malaysian palm oil futures slipped on Monday, as sharp drop in demand outweighs tight supplies, while mounting worries over the coronavirus epidemic continues to pressure prices
105. 11/02/2020
The federal spending bill approved in late 2019 included provisions to reinstate the $1 per gallon biodiesel mixture credit, which is commonly referred to as the biodiesel tax credit, according to the U.S
106. 11/02/2020
The double-whammy to palm oil demand from a trade spat with India and the coronavirus in China is likely to prove only temporary, according to FGV Holdings Bhd, one of the world’s largest producers.
107. 11/02/2020
Malaysia’s palm oil inventories fell a fifth straight month amidst tighter production and slower demand, with January end-stocks below 2 million tonnes, official data showed on Monday.
108. 11/02/2020
U.S. soybeans rose for the sixth straight day on expectations Beijing will meet the purchasing targets agreed to in the Phase 1 trade deal with Washington, but gains were capped by ongoing concerns about the coronavirus outbreak.
109. 11/02/2020
Malaysia aims to increase the palm oil export to Pakistan to 60% from the current 22% after Islamabad sounded interest to import more palm oil from the country as India slashes imports of the commodity.
110. 11/02/2020
Malaysian palm oil producers must use technology to improve yield and compensate for restrictions on land use, as the industry wrestles with concerns about sustainability, the chairman of the Malaysian Palm Oil Council said on Monday.
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