WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Jan 11 (Reuters) - ICE (NYSE:ICE) canola futures rose on Friday, boosted by short-covering and weakness in the Canadian dollar.
* Technical selling dried up and canola's gains were further supported by strength in soy prices, a trader said.
* Most-active March canola RSH9 gained $2.80 to $483.30 per tonne.
* March-May canola spread traded 1,518 times.
* Chicago March soybeans SH9 rose on technical buying and a dry forecast for Brazil's crop. February Paris Matif rapeseed futures /COMG9 and Malaysian March palm oil futures /1FCPOH9 edged higher.
* The Canadian dollar CAD= was trading at $1.3264 to the U.S. dollar, or 75.39 U.S. cents at 1:48 p.m. CST (1948 GMT).
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