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191. 20/09/2019
   
The majority of oils in Indore mandis ruled stable on subdued demand and weak global cues with soya refined quoted at ₹760-62 for 10 kg,
192. 20/09/2019
   
The FBM KLCI ended 3.21 points or 0.2% lower today after the US Federal Reserve cut interest rates on Wednesday but indicated a higher bar to further reductions. The ringgit weakened against such sentiment.
193. 20/09/2019
   
The palm oil industry was responsible for at least 39% of forest loss in biodiversity-rich Borneo island between 2000 and 2018, data from an Indonesia-based research firm shows.
194. 19/09/2019
   
Malaysian palm oil futures slid on Wednesday, retreating from a three-week high achieved in the previous session as the market tracked softer related vegetable oils.
195. 19/09/2019
   
India could benefit from the fallout in the U.S.-China trade war, experts told CNBC — but much-needed reforms on land and labor could prove to be a challenge for companies trying to do business there.
196. 19/09/2019
   
If Brexit ever happens, the United Kingdom expects to get a free trade deal done with Australia within months.
197. 19/09/2019
   
The US-China trade war is more than a year old now, with no end in sight. While it is never too late (or too early) to end a trade war, there are some impacts that may be irreversible.
198. 19/09/2019
   
About 58 per cent of the 1.58 million hectares of oil palm in Sarawak have obtained the Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) certification.
199. 19/09/2019
   
Indonesia is facing a backlash over an online campaign backing palm oil at a time when forest fires, often linked to slash-and-burn land clearance, have spread choking smoke across the region, raising growing concern about damage to health.
200. 19/09/2019
   
Palm oil futures jumped over 4 per cent on Tuesday, their highest in more than three weeks, as gains in related oils on the Dalian Commo­dity Exchange and a sliding ringgit powered sentiment.
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