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81. 07/03/2018
Bursa Malaysia Bhd is monitoring and has enhanced the global reference crude palm oil futures (FCPO) for vegetable oil traders’ convenience, in view of Singapore launching its third derivatives market.
82. 07/03/2018
Malaysia has taken a stand that palm oil would be at the top of the agenda on its free trade talks under the Association of South East Nation (ASEAN) with European Union (EU), which must be first resolved before any other issue.
83. 07/03/2018
Bursa Malaysia, operator of the global benchmark crude palm oil contract, is making changes within the first half of this year to contracts for some other products in a bid to boost volumes, the exchange's chief said today.
84. 07/03/2018
Malaysian palm oil futures rose on Tuesday, recovering some of the ground lost in the previous three sessions, on the back of a government production forecast that came within expectations
85. 06/03/2018
Palm oil may retest a support at 2,448 ringgit per tonne, a break below which could cause a loss to the next support at 2,418 ringgit.
86. 06/03/2018
India’s raised import duties on crude and refined palm oil is expected to cause a short-term negative impact but a long-term neutral impact to crude palm oil (CPO) prices.
87. 06/03/2018
Malaysia’s total trade in January 2018 surged by 14.9 per cent to RM156.01 billion compared with the corresponding month of last year, said the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI).
88. 06/03/2018
The government will decide whether to resume the 20 percent biodiesel blend (B20) policy for the locomotive sector by the end of June, when it expects to complete a fuel performance test in Sumatra.
89. 06/03/2018
Malaysian palm oil stocks are expected to fall to a four-month low at the end of February as production declines outweighed a drop in exports, according to a Reuters poll.
90. 06/03/2018
A push by palm oil producers to cultivate new markets in Southeast Asia and the Middle East is unlikely to move the dial on exports this year, traders and analysts say, as customers favour cheaper rival oils while holding out for palm price cuts.
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