FUTURE
Cotton Futures
Contract High Low Last Change
ICE
Dec-18
Mar-18
May-19
MCX
Oct-18
Nov-18
Dec-18
Latest
Gujarat Spot Rate
Gujarat Spot Rate

22-Aug-2019

Gujarat Cotton Pressing Summary
Gujarat Cotton Pressing Summary

Gujarat Cotton Pressing As on 31th Jul-2019

Gujarat Districtwise Cotton Sowing
Gujarat Districtwise Cotton Sowing

Till 19-Aug-2019

Cotton Future Close
Cotton Future Close

21-Aug-2019

News & Reports
U.S. EXPORT SALES
  • For Week Ending 15-08-2019

    2019-2020
    Net Upland Sales 1,63,900
    Upland Shipments 3,44,000
    Net Pima Sales -5,000
    Pima Shipments 8,400
    TOTAL SALES 1,58,900

    2020-2021
    Net Upland Sales 500
    Net Pima Sales 0
    TOTAL 500
Stock Position as on 21-Aug-2019
  • NCDEX

    Cotton Seed Oil Cake Stock
    Unencumbered = 6,938 MT
    Pledged = 000 MT
    QTY in Process = 120 MT

    MCX

    Total Utilized Capacity = 1,23,300 Bales
    Eligible for Exchange Delivery = 1,15,400 Bales
    Quantity in Process = 3,100 Bales
    Rejected Stocks = 200 Bales
China Cotton Auction
  • From May 5 to August 22, the cumulative turnover of reserve cotton was 724,300 tons, and the turnover rate was 85.50%.
Cotton Indices and Spot Rate As on 21-Aug-2019
  • Cotlook A Index 70.50 Unch

    US Upland Spot Rate 55.19 +0.70

    Brazil Cotton Index 61.06 +0.53%

    KCA Spot Rate 7,800 Unch

    MCX Spot Rate 20,700

    China Cotton Index
    As on 22-Aug-2019

    CC Index 328 13543 -15
    CC Index 227 12518 -5
    CC Index 229 13881 -17
ICE Cotton Update
  • Cotton futures rise 1% on short covering ahead of export sales data

    ICE cotton futures rose over 1% on Wednesday as some investors covered their short positions ahead of the weekly export sales data due on Thursday and traders said the natural fiber was seeing some pickup in demand at current price levels.

    Cotton contracts for December rose 0.70 cent, or 1.18%, to 59.84 cents per lb at 1:25 p.m. EDT (1725 GMT).
DTN Cotton Close 21-Aug
  • Higher Within Sideways Pattern

    The market finished surprisingly higher Wednesday, although cotton remains confined in a congestive pattern. Holding a December chart out at arm’s length, one readily sees the massive negative trend unfolding since Easter, but also how lately, ICE Futures have been trading in a tight, narrow pattern. Of course, some traders see such formation as either bottoming action for an eventual rally, while others may view it as the bear catching his breath before ultimately trading lower.
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