Jernigan Global Weekly 10-Feb-2020
Posted : February 25, 2020

JERNIGAN GLOBAL
News Letter 10-February-2020

1. BRAZIL EXPORT SHIPMENTS REACH RECORD IN  JANUARY/INFRASTRUCTURE PERFORMS

2. CHINA COTTON USE SET TO TAKE MAJOR HIT  FROM ECONOMIC SLOWDOWN

3. COULD CORONAVIRUS REDUCE EASTERN  CHINESE COTTON ACREAGE?

4. ADDITIONAL AUSTRALIAN RAIN ARRIVES  BUT DISAPPOINTS INLAND

5. HIGH END APPAREL AND FASHION STORES SUFFER MAJOR ECONOMIC HIT IN CHINA

6. SPECULATIVE INFLUENCE IN ICE FUTURES  SET TO MORE THAN DOUBLE

7. VERY BRISK DEMAND FROM NON-CHINESE  BUYERS CONTINUES

8. INDIAN EXPORT SHIPMENTS TO CHINA BELOW EXPECTATIONS

9. ICE FUTURES INFLUENCED BY THE POSTIVE MARKET SENTIMENT GENERATED BY EQUITY MARKETS

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