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Price Trends To Benefit Upstream Planters

Alvin Tai, Analyst, Bloomberg Intelligence

17-Apr-24 07:30

Price Trends To Benefit Upstream Planters

Crude palm oil futures closed weaker earlier this week amid concerns over demand and the rising output of the commodity. Now, with the escalating geopolitical tensions and uncertain economic conditions thrown into the mix, how will this affect the sector moving forward? Alvin Tai, analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence gives us his take.

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Categories:  marketseconomypoliticsinternational

Tags:  economic conditionscrude palm oil pricecrude palm oil futuresgeopolitical concern





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