13 July 2011 04:40 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--Malaysia’s biodiesel exports will likely stay high this month, after surging in June, as sharp declines in feedstock crude palm oil (CPO) translated to lower prices of the green fuel, traders said on Wednesday.
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In June, official data from the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) showed that
Meanwhile, June prices of feedstock CPO heavily declined from May. As at end-June, CPO prices stood at Malaysian ringgit (M$) 3,480/tonne ($1,149/tonne), down 11.2% from M$3,130/tonne in end-May, said a trader.
CPO prices are expected to remain under pressure, as current strong production may lead to oversupply.
At 03:00 GMT, CPO contract for August delivery was trading at M$3,070/tonne, data from
($1 = M$3.03)
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