Jernigan Global Weekly
Posted : August 07, 2020

JERNIGAN GLOBAL
News Letter 18-May-2020

1. BRAZIL’S DOMESTIC CONSUMPTION PLUNGES TO LOWEST LEVEL IN DECADES

2. LOS ANGELES FASHION AND APPAREL INDUSTRY AT RISK

3. US RETAIL SALES OF APPAREL PLUNGES 89.3% IN APRIL

4. WILL AUSTRALIAN COTTON SALES TO CHINA BE MAINTAINED AS RELATIONS BECOME TENSE?

5. US EXPORT SALES TO CHINESE TRADE HOUSE AGAIN CONFIRMED

6. INDIAN EXPORT OFFERS REMAIN AT RECORD DISCOUNTS

7. USDA WASDE FORECAST DRAWS NO REACTION AS ICE GAMES CONTINUE

8. CHINESE COTTON PRICES SHOW LITTLE REACTION TO ICE AS DOMESTIC STOCKS REMAIN BURDENSOME

9. PAKISTAN SPINNING MILLS INCREASE OPERATIONS

10. ICE JULY/DEC END WEEK IN AN INVERT DESPITE RECORD WORLD STOCKS OUTSIDE CHINA 

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