Malaysia CPO ends tad up on weak ringgit vs dollar.

Futures contracts of crude palm oil ended marginally higher on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives today due to a weak ringgit against the dollar. A weak Malaysian currency makes crude palm oil attractive for overseas buyers. The most-active January contract of crude palm oil on the Malaysian bourse ended at 2,817 ringgits (43,173.49 rupees) per tn, up 0.1% from the previous close.