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Gujarat Spot Rate
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Gujarat Cotton Pressing Summary
Gujarat Cotton Pressing Summary

Gujarat Cotton Pressing As on 29th Feb-2020

ICE Cotton Weekly Changes
ICE Cotton Weekly Changes

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Jernigan Global Weekly
  • News Letter 30-March-2020

    1. COTTON SUPPLY CHAIN NEEDS CREDIT, STABILITY, AND BRAND/RETAIL SUPPORT

    2. US TEXTILE OPERATIONS SWITCH TO PRODUCTION OF MEDICAL SUPPLIES

    3. WILL A NEW SUPPLY CHAIN EMERGE FROM THIS CRISIS?

    4. EXPORT TRADE WAS NEAR RECORD LEVELS IN EARLY MARCH BEFORE THE RED SWAN HIT

    5. ICE AND ZCE COTTON FUTURES POST ADDITIONAL LOSSES AMID LIGHT DEMAND
Rose on Cotton
  • ANOTHER WUHAN WEEK FOR THE COTTON MARKET, MUCH UNCERTAINTY REGARDING PLANTING INTENTIONS

    March 28, 2020

    Yep, another down week for ICE cotton as the Wuhan virus pandemic continues to surge. The May contact gave up 235 points on the week to finish at 51.33 while Dec lost 154 at 53.49. All contracts did manage to remain north of 50.00 for the week, so there’s that – and the fact that the May – July spread finished the week inverted at 5.
Gujcot Weekly Report
  • Market Movement from 23th Mar 2020 to 28th Mar 2020

    • NY May declined sharply on Monday to limit down at 50.68 cents but recovered at the closing. Some hope of stimulus packages and recovery in equity markets also supported commodities and NY May crossed 53 cents but did not sustain due to weak sentiment on demand destruction worries and lost 235 cents or 4.4% W/W. In prevailing situation funds and traders reduced their exposure, so open interest in NY Cotton Futures also declined.
ICE Cotton Update 28-Mar-2020
  • Cotton slips to register third weekly fall

    ICE cotton futures fell on Friday, recording its third consecutive week of declines, as markets grappled with the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.

    Cotton contract for May settled down 1.45 cent, or 2.8%, at 51.33 cents per lb. It traded within a range of 51.15 and 53.32 cents a lb.
PCCA Cotton Market Weekly
  • MARCH 27, 2020

    FUTURES PRICES CONTINUE TO DECLINE

    • Open Interest Falls
    • Stock Markets Fall, Then Rally on Senate and Fed Action
    • Weekly Export Report Shocks Traders
    • Prospective Plantings Report Coming
Cleveland On Cotton
  • Fewer Cotton Acres Worldwide — And What That Means

    March 27, 2020

    The end of a tunnel? Is that a light? After losing about 20 cents in some 20 days, the cotton market appears ready to dig in and hold its ground. At least, a few positive signs have turned up, particularly with new crop prices.
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