Palm Oil Stockpiles in Malaysia Seen Climbing as Demand WeakensBy
Inventories probably expanded for first time in seven months
Demand from China may pick up as lower prices attract buyers
Palm oil inventories in Malaysia probably expanded for the first time since November as demand for the world’s most-used vegetable oil slackened and production rebounded from the impact of a drought triggered by El Nino.
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