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1. 28/01/2022
   
For Ettol Kumpilon, the switch from growing rice to oil palm on his small family farm in Malaysia's eastern state of Sabah has enabled him to renovate his home, send his eldest child to school and build up a healthy pot of savings.
2. 28/01/2022
   
The Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC) expects palm oil imports from India to be 5% lower at 8.2 million tonnes this year due to the high crude palm oil (CPO) prices and potentially higher domestic oilseeds production.
3. 28/01/2022
   
U.S. soybean futures hit their highest in seven months on Wednesday on technical buying and as soyoil futures rallied with energy markets and historically high palm oil prices.
4. 28/01/2022
   
Indonesia has imposed a rule starting Thursday for a mandatory portion of palm oil to be sold domestically at a maximum price of 9,300 rupiah ($0.6465) per kg for crude palm oil and 10,300 rupiah per kg for olein, its trade minister said.
5. 28/01/2022
   
Malaysia's Sabah state, on Borneo island, is looking to revolutionise its palm oil industry with a decade-long initiative that will ensure all growers adopt ethical standards and are certified as sustainable producers by 2025.
6. 28/01/2022
   
Malaysian palm oil futures extended gains to a third session on Thursday, as top producer Indonesia imposed mandatory domestic sales and high energy rates boosted prices of the vegetable oil.
7. 28/01/2022
   
Oil palm planters in Malaysia are confronting a hard truth -- behind the red-hot rally in prices are thousands of jobs that nobody wants.
8. 27/01/2022
   
Palm oil may test a resistance at 5,484 ringgit per tonne, a break above could lead to a gain into 5,558-5,608 ringgit range.
9. 27/01/2022
   
Malaysian palm oil futures rose for a second straight session on Wednesday, supported by concerns over lower production and stronger rival oils.
10. 27/01/2022
   
SINGAPORE: Palm oil may revisit its Tuesday low of 5,202 ringgit per tonne, as a correction triggered by the resistance at 5,366 ringgit looks incomplete.
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