* Malaysian palm oil futures on Monday hit a two-week low, recording a second straight session of declines, as prices were weighed down by prospects of improving levels in production.
* U.S. wheat futures rallied for the fifth day in a row on Monday, hitting a 7-1/2-month high as investment funds continue to add the grain to their portfolio despite ample global supplies.
* Oil prices declined on Monday by about 2 percent, the most since mid-January, pressured by a stronger dollar and signs of rising U.S. crude output.
* A gauge of global equity markets advanced on Monday and bond yields rose as investors flocked to assets likely to benefit from reflationary policies that are expected to be implemented by U.S. President Donald Trump.
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Cargo surveyor ITS releases Malaysia’s Feb 1-15 palm oil export data on Feb 15.
Cargo surveyor SGS releases Malaysia’s Feb 1-15 palm oil export data on Feb 15.- Reuters
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