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Global Markets Analysis – 13 February 2017

A commentary written by Tony Tong

13.02.2017 周一 马来西亚棕榈油局公布数据利空 期价阴K线走低

上周五马来西亚棕榈油局(MPOB)发布数据显示:1月底马来西亚棕榈油库存154万吨,数据略高于此前市场分析师们所预测的149万吨。而棕榈油出口量小幅减少,仅 棕榈油1月份产量为128万吨 环比减少13.4%。整体报告中性偏空。受不及预期的偏空情绪影响—–马盘棕榈油基准4月,今天周一早盘期价走弱,截止到下午以中阴K线表现,期价有多走低。




• As Malaysia palm oil trends down and US soybean oil weakens, China edible oils follow suit.
• Edible oils fall at uneven pace, prompting our high caution.
• Given the relatively small drop, it is advisable that we observe the performance of edible oils tomorrow.

• Traders may with high caution hold on the long position iniated last week.
• We may consider the need for a stop loss mechanism tomorrow.

This post is contributed by OPF Guest Blogger, Tony Tong.

Tong used to be a capital market service rep licensed by China Futures Association. He became a professional independent trader later on. He has more than 10 years of personal experience trading in commodity futures market and is adept at cross-market analysis to identify trading opportunities. He uses fundamental analysis to filter out the best investment products and technical analysis to determine entry and exit points and consider his trading style as moderately conservative while at the same, is also very good at medium-term position trading based on technical charts.

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