The collapse of a potential deal for Bursa Malaysia (BM) to
collaborate with Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE) on a crude
palm oil product (CPO) has increased the pressure on the
Malaysian contract. Singapore-based Joint Asian Derivatives
Exchange (JADE) has also revealed plans to list a CPO future by
the end of the year, expected to trade in similar hours to BM's
product and to target an international audience.
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