European vegoils-Palm oil little changed ahead of Malaysia holiday

LONDON, Oct 14 (Reuters) - Palm oil on the European market was generally little changed on Monday with activity at a virtual standstill ahead of Tuesday's holiday in Malaysia, one of the biggest palm oil producers.

* "It has been very quiet today. A lot of people in Malaysia went on holiday earlier today. I don't think much is going to happen now until Wednesday," one broker said.

* Malaysia is on holiday on Tuesday for Eid al-Fitr and trading will resume on Wednesday.

* Palm oil was offered between unchanged and $5.00 a tonne higher than Friday with the slightly firmer levels more a reflection of the lack of significant buying or selling interest than any underlying strength.

* Malaysian palm oil futures edged down in tight trade on Monday on renewed worries that a seasonal rise in output in the world's second-largest producer could overwhelm demand in the next three months.

* At 1640 GMT CBOT soyoil futures were between 0.01 and 0.15 cents per lb higher supported by rain-disruptions to the U.S. harvest and the threat that frost may damage crops in some areas later this week.

* Liquid oils - rapeoil, soyoil and sunoil - were offered between six euros lower to five euros higher. Feb/April EU rapeoil changed hands at 740, 738 and 737 euros a tonne fob exmill.

* Lauric oils were offered between $2.50 a tonne higher to $10.00 lower than Friday but no deals were reported. (Reporting by Nigel Hunt. Editing by Jane Merriman)