By Niluksi Koswanage KUALA LUMPUR, May 25 (Reuters) - CME Group Inc's palm oil futures fell 1.6 percent to $740.25 a tonne in light trade on Tuesday, a day after it was launched. The contract, based on the settlement prices of Bursa Malaysia's ringgit-denominated global benchmark , is the latest in a slew of palm oil futures contracts launched in the past few years. Here are some questions and answers about how U.S. palm oil futures trading may perform on the world's largest ...
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