Support is at 3,624 ringgit, a break below which could cause a fall into the 3,466-3,545 ringgit range. On the daily chart, the contract may break a resistance at 3,581 ringgit, following its failure on Feb. 15.
The benchmark palm oil contract for April delivery on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange rose 31 ringgit, or 1%, to 3,273 ringgit ($809.75) a tonne during early trade. It had posted its second straight weekly loss last week.
Asian currencies and bonds have lagged as the prospect of more government spending under a Joe Biden administration pushed up US treasury yields earlier this month, reducing the appeal of some of the region's high-yielding government debt.