- Dorab Mistry said Palm prices will likely trade between 2,100 ringgit ($573) and 2,300 ringgit until May, cutting an earlier estimate by as much as 16% due to poor demand and slow take-up for biofuels

- Indonesia's finance minister will sign a regulation on Tuesday to impose a levy of $50 a ton on exports of crude palm oil

- China imported 360,000 tons of edible oils in March, up 56.5% from the prior month, but down 35% from a year ago

- China imported 1.05 MMT of edible oils in the first quarter of 2015 down 46% from a year ago