FUTURE
Cotton Futures
Contract High Low Last Change
ICE
Dec-18
Mar-18
May-19
MCX
Oct-18
Nov-18
Dec-18
Gujcot Trade Association
2020-2021 Crop
Latest
Gujarat Spot Rate
Gujarat Spot Rate

19-Sep-2020

Cotton On-Call
Cotton On-Call

As on 04-Sep-2020

ICE Cotton Weekly Changes
ICE Cotton Weekly Changes

As on 18-Sep-2020

Cotton Future Close
Cotton Future Close

18-Sep-2020

News & Reports
PCCA Cotton Market Weekly
  • SEPTEMBER 18, 2020

    FUTURES PUT IN STRONG SHOWING THIS WEEK

    • Stocks Traded in Calm, Two-Sided Fashion
    • Export Sales Report Showed Impressive New Upland and Pima Sales
    • Hurricane Sally Hit Alabama-Florida Border Coast
Gujcot Weekly Report
  • Market Movement from 14th Sep 2020 to 19th Sep 2020

    • Week started with all bullish news. Bullish WASDE, hurricane Sally, weaker dollar. All these all factors created Bullish sentiment and NY December touched new high of 66.93 on Tuesday.

    • Robust export sales on Thursday above 5 Lakh bales in which China bought above 4 Lakh bales. Despite good sales market closed in red and week closed with just 85 points weekly gain.
Shurley on Cotton
  • Hurricane Sally Apparently Not a Market Mover

    September 18, 2020

    I knew we were possibly in for disappointment price-wise when I read a pre-landfall news headline that said that the market was “mulling” Hurricane Sally. In other words, not sure of what the impacts, if any, might be.
Cleveland On Cotton
  • A Short-Term Opportunity Thanks To European Consumers?

    September 18, 2020

    After assessing limited damage resulting from Hurricane Sally, cotton prices eased slightly lower in Friday trading, settling the week at 65.66, basis December.

    Significant damage occurred only in south Alabama but did sweep across the entire state and into a portion of Georgia. However, the very significant Southwest Georgia crop was generally spared.
DTN Cotton Close 18-Sep-2020
  • Cotton Settles Lower

    Cotton Settles Lower, Technical Selling

    December Cotton ended Friday down 0.50 cent as some disappointed speculators liquidated positions. This week the market saw a disruptive hurricane, plus super positive sales, but could not make bullish headway. Thus, the disappointment turned into selling. Additionally, with the U.S.-China relations seemingly on the rocks, some traders were unwilling to take long positions into the weekend.
Exchange Stock Position
  • NCDEX KHAL As on 17-Sep-2020

    Cotton Seed Oil Cake Stock
    Unencumbered = 7,281 MT
    Pledged = 00 MT
    QTY in Process = 00 MT

    MCX Cotton As on 16-Sep-2020

    Total Utilized Capacity =9,325 Bales
    Eligible for Exchange Delivery = 0 Bales
    Quantity in Process = 00 Bales
    Rejected Stocks = 500 Bales
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