Malaysia CPO ends marginally up on bargain buying.

Futures contracts of crude palm oil on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives ended slightly higher due to bargain buying, after prices hit a near two-week low of 2,772 ringgits (42,648.72 rupees) per metric tonne earlier. Crude palm oil contracts on the Malaysian bourse rose also taking cues from soyoil contracts on the CBOT. A strong ringgit against the dollar, however, capped the gains. The most active January contract of crude palm oil on the Malaysian bourse ended at 2,785 ringgits per metric tonne, up 0.1% from the previous close.