KUALA LUMPUR — Malaysian palm oil futures firmed for a second straight Thursday on Thursday, tracking gains in competing cooking oils although demand concerns lingered.

The benchmark palm oil contract for April delivery on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange closed down 21 ringgit, or 0.54%, at 3,888 ringgit ($902.93) per tonne.

Trading volume for Malaysian palm oil is lower than usual and Chinese vegetable oil futures are experiencing a hit on the upcoming…

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