Malaysian palm oil futures rose to a two-week high during trade on Wednesday, posting a third straight day of gains, on expectations of easing stockpiles and tracking strength in soyoil on the US Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT).
Sluggish trend continued in the majority of oils in Indore mandis on weak physical demand and global cues with soy refined quoted at ₹768-70 for 10 kg, while soy solvent ruled at ₹735-40. Palm and cot.
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