Jernigan Global Weekly 27-Jan-2020
Posted : February 25, 2020

JERNIGAN GLOBAL
News Letter 27-January-2020

1. BANGLADESH RISKS ITS FUTURE WITH AN INCREASED  FOCUS ON MAN-MADE FIBER

2. CHINA’S CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK SPARKS  FEARS OF ECONOMIC IMPACT

3. CHINESE MILLS REPLACE COTTON WITH POLYESTER  DUE TO THE PRICE SPREAD

4. EXPORTERS TURN MORE AGGRESSIVE ON  2020 BRAZILIAN EXPORT OFFERS

5. ONCE CHINA’S LARGEST COTTON SPINNER, SHANDONG RUYI IS NOW BLACKLISTED FROM BUYING COTTON

6. US COTTON EXPORTS SURGE WITHOUT CHINA,  BUT SHIPMENTS LAG

7. AUSTRALIA RAINS CONTINUE OVER COTTON BELT

8. ICE FUTURES RALLY STALLS AS CORONAVIRUS CRISIS PRESENTS NEW CHALLENGE TO CHINESE ECONOMY

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