Malaysian palm oil futures declined towards RM3,900 per tonne at the end of April, after touching last week their highest since March 15th, as concerns over India’s falling demand mounted amid a deepening coronavirus crisis. Elsewhere, tight global edible oil supplies should continue to provide some support. In other news, the Southern Peninsula Palm Oil Millers’ Association in Malaysia said that production during April 1-20 will be unchanged from the month before, defying market expectations of a rise in output. At the same time, shipments of Malaysian palm oil products during the same period rose less than forecast.