KUALA LUMPUR: Crude palm oil futures prices ended mixed yesterday after dipping below RM2,900 a tonne for the first time this year, dealers said.
A dealer said investors were concerned over news that central banks are preparing to support the potential fallout from tomorrow’s Greek election, dealers said.
June 2012 finished flat at RM2,810 while July 2012 gained RM2 to RM2,841, August 2012 went up RM2 to RM2,848 and September 2012 fell RM1 to RM2,849.
Volume shed to 97,885 lots from the 100,392 lots while open interest slipped to 24,632 from 37,755 contracts.
On the physical market, June South traded between RM2,870 and RM2,930 a tonne.
Source : Business Times