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(1) Crude Palm Oil  

CPO prices plunged below RM2,500 last week taking cues from some of the comments from industry analyst during a palm oil conference in Kuala Lumpur. Major uncertainty on both production front and exports continue to weigh down on prices. Oil World is negative on CPO prices.

Read more: Crude Palm Oil Weekly


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(2) 棕榈油 (Crude Palm Oil Mandarin) 

马来西亚棕榈油期货上周五下滑逾 1% ,录得第二周下跌因市场担忧出口需求将受到主要进口国印度提高税而下降。

延伸阅读: Crude Palm Oil Weekly (Mandarin)


(3) Metals

Gold prices rebounded from the lows of the day on Friday to close slightly higher after the U.S. dollar edged lower as February’s U.S. jobs report dampened expectations for a faster rate of rate hikes this year.

Read More: Metals Weekly


(4) Crude Oil

Oil futures boosted on Friday, scoring a weekly gain as investors take geopolitical risk out of the equation for the crude market. Prices were trading in a weekly range between $59.95 and 63.28 per barrel.

Read More: Crude Oil Weekly 


(5) Financial Weekly

The FBM KLCI benchmark declined, led by Press Metal Aluminium Holdings and banking stocks. Bank Negara maintained its Overnight Policy Rate (OPR).

Read More: Financial Weekly


(6) Grains Weekly

CBOT May Soybean futures ended the week lower for first time since mid January as traders reacted to reports of rain coming to parts of South America and wrestled with a particularly bearish U.S Department of Agriculture report this week.

Read More: Grains Weekly


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