CPO likely in for congestion trade

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  • Monday, 10 Mar 2003


Malaysia Derivatives Exchange (MDEX) crude palm oil (CPO) futures prices plunged on heavy long-hedge unwinding and speculative selling last week. The May futures dropped to their lowest levels since early November 2002 during Friday’s trading and recovered marginally to close the week with sharp losses. 

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