The crude palm oil (CPO) futures contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives extended its rally to close at RM5,322 a tonne for the April contract.
Singapore-based Palm Oil Analytics owner and co-founder Sathia Varqa said the price surged after the Indonesian government confirmed it will restrict palm oil exports.
Indonesia's foreign trade director-general Indrasari Wisnu Wardhana said Friday the republic will restrict exports to control the supply of domestic cooking oil in the country.
A media report said the restrictions will apply for six months starting Jan 24.
“(Based on) market players’ rumours, most likely the proposal will be 70% domestic supply and 30% export,” Sathia told Bernama.
Palm oil trader David Ng said Indonesia's move to curb palm oil exports will push up demand for Malaysian CPO as the big buyers will continue to search for alternative sources.
Posted by NorazmiAR > Jan 22, 2022 11:51 AM | Report Abuse
Why when palm oil price have reach new all time high but company share price still not moving up?? Other loss making or small profitable company can jump to all time high without much fundamental or news/MOU that may not even materialize. (WOODLANDOR,COMPLETE LOGISTIC, SMTrack)
Why operator want to goreng these unpromising stocks instead of palm oil company that already set in stone strong earning in coming Quarter results? Bursa really is a twisted environment for investment
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