Palm Oil Advances to One-Month High as Floods Threaten HarvestsRanjeetha Pakiam
Palm oil climbed to the highest level in more than a month on concern that rains in Indonesia and Malaysia, the biggest growers, will disrupt harvests and as dry weather threatened to trim soybean crops in South America.
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