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Soybean oil prices soar

The Daily Star - 1/22/2022 6:04:00 PM
Prices of edible oil further increased at retail yesterday amid refiners move to sell the essential commodity at higher rates.

Commodities Supported by Greenflation and Tight Supply

FXEmpire.com - 1/25/2022 11:12:00 AM
Commodities rallied strongly in 2021 with the sector recording its best year since 2000. Years of ample supply with steady prices had reduced investments towards new production and once the post-pandemic growth surge unfolded,

Commodity prices during and in the post-pandemic era

FXStreet - 1/21/2022 9:03:00 PM
Given this issue, it would be interesting to see what has happened to the prices of some important commodities in the last two years that the pandemic has plagued the world. In the whole two years of the pandemic,

Edible oil import bill up 75% in first nine months of FY22, say processors

The Financial Express on MSN.com - 1/21/2022 7:15:00 PM
He said edible oils should be imported at a high tariff to balance demand and supply. Also, the duty collected should be spent on developing the domestic oilseed sector rather than cross-subsidising other crops.

COLUMN-Funds trim CBOT corn, soy bets before late-week futures rally -Braun

Nasdaq - 1/24/2022 11:30:00 AM
CBOT grain and oilseed futures had mostly worked lower during the four-day trading week ended Jan. 18, which featured the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s biggest annual data release, an often-volatile event.

The Commodities Feed: API crude build

Middle East North Africa Financial Network - 1/20/2022 5:07:00 AM
Energy The oil market gave back a large part of its early gains yesterday as it became apparent that oil flows along the Ceyhan pipeline would re

India’s dependence on imported cooking oil to continue

Al Jazeera English - 1/24/2022 9:02:00 AM
Indians will probably buy expensive cooking oils from overseas for at least another 15 years, as demand continues to far outpace domestic production. Consumption is expected to climb in India by as much as 17% over the next four years,

India's addiction to expensive cooking oil imports seen lasting for 15 yrs

Business Standard - 1/24/2022 6:19:00 AM
Indians will probably buy expensive cooking oils from overseas for at least another 15 years, as demand continues to far outpace domestic production. Consumption is expected to climb in India by as much as 17% over the next four years,

India’s addiction to cooking oil imports seen lasting for at least 15 more years

ThePrint - 1/24/2022 2:05:00 AM
India will likely produce about 10 million tonnes of edible oils in 2021-22, compared with local consumption of as much as 23 million tonnes.

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