The Malaysian Palm Oil Board as well as cargo surveyors
Societe Generale de Surveillance and Intertek Testing Services are due
to release their production and export estimates next Monday.
A dealer said overall sentiment remained bullish as cheaper CPO prices would attract more buying interest.
April declined RM41 to RM3,375 per tonne while May and June dropped
RM48 each to RM3,338 and RM3,328 per tonne respectively. July decreased
RM39 to RM3,331 per tonne.