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Cotton Futures
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Gujarat Spot Rate
Gujarat Spot Rate

21-Sep-2019

Gujarat Cotton Pressing Summary
Gujarat Cotton Pressing Summary

Gujarat Cotton Pressing As on 31th Aug-2019

ICE Cotton Weekly Changes
ICE Cotton Weekly Changes

As on 20-Sep-2019

Cotton Future Close
Cotton Future Close

20-Sep-2019

News & Reports
Gujcot Weekly Report
  • Market Movement from 16th Sep 2019 to 21st Sep 2019

    • This week NY futures opened steady but on Tuesday fall down on news of attack on Saudi oil production facility which sent oil prices screaming higher temporarily. NY Dec Future closed with 176 points loss W/W.

    • US export sales are below expectations mostly due to cancellations from China and Bangladesh. Shipments were 1,66,600 Bales which is well within seasonal normal range.
Cotton Indices and Spot Rate As on 20-Sep-2019
  • US Upland Spot Rate 57.95 +0.19

    Brazil Cotton Index 58.31-1.04%

    KCA Spot Rate 8,550 -100

    MCX Spot Rate 20,040

    Cotlook A Index 71.25-0.25

    China Cotton Index
    As on 20-Sep-2019

    CC Index 3128 13036 -11
    CC Index 2127 11980 -05
    CC Index 2129 13421 -05
ICE Cotton Update
  • Cotton falls as China cancels orders, bumper crop forecast

    Cotton prices inched down on Thursday as top consumer China canceled orders of US fiber and on forecast for a bumper harvest, although losses were limited by data showing higher US export sales. Cotton contracts for December settled down 0.17 cent, or 0.28 %, at 60.33 cents per lb. It traded within a range of 60.28 and 61.13 cents a lb.
PCCA Cotton Market Weekly
  • SEPTEMBER 20, 2019

    FUTURES CLIMB TO SIX-WEEK HIGH BUT GIVE BACK GAINS

    • Export Sales Cancellations Reported
    • Spot Market Sales Cool, Average Price Higher This Week
    • Crop Conditions Decline but Progress Ahead of Pace
    • Federal Reserve Cuts Interest Rate
Cleveland On Cotton 20-Sep-2019
  • Trading Range Poised To Weaken More?

    While cotton prices slipped this week, the market’s price support at 60.00-60.30, basis December futures – held firm. Thus, the traditional dead cat bounce was averted, at least for now.

    Yet, expect December trading to continue to challenge that support level and work diligently to move below 59 cents. A confirmed close below 60 cents will verify that the rally was nothing but a dead cat bounce, opening the way for a fall to 55-56 cents.
DTN Cotton Close 20-Sep
  • Market Timidly Higher

    Despite the market being technically oversold, heading into a Friday, it could not muster the will for any sort of a short-covering rally. There was earlier talk that the market might bounce off its chart support at 60.25 cents and try to recoup at least one-half of its weekly loss.
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