WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Dec 17 (Reuters) - ICE (NYSE:ICE) canola futures edged higher on Monday, halting a four-day skid on weakness in the Canadian dollar and strength in soybeans.
* Trade was light as the holiday season approaches, a trader said.
* January canola RSF9 gained 60 cents to $478.40 per tonne.
* Most-active March canola RSH9 added 30 cents to $485.50.
* Chicago January soybeans SF9 rose on hopes of more sales to China. February Paris Matif rapeseed futures /COMG9 and Malaysian February palm oil futures /1FCPOG9 dipped.
* The Canadian dollar CAD= was trading at $1.3405 to the U.S. dollar, or 74.60 U.S. cents, at 12:50 p.m. CST (1850 GMT). A weaker dollar makes Canadian commodities more attractively priced in global markets.
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