FBM KLCI stays positive amid volatility in plantations stocks


KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI partially retraced earlier gains to end slightly higher at midday amid ongoing volatility in plantations stocks following Indonesia's scheduled lifting of its crude palm oil export ban.

Crude palm oil prices opened for trading lower but subsequently bounced 3.35% higher to RM6,870 a tonne.

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