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

26-Oct-2021

ICE Cotton Weekly Changes
ICE Cotton Weekly Changes

As on 22-Oct-2021

Cotton On-Call
Cotton On-Call

As on 15-Oct-2021

Cotto Future Close
Cotto Future Close

25-Oct-2021

News & Reports
ICE Cotton Update
  • ICE Cotton jumps 2% on Chinese buying, weak dollar

    ICE cotton futures rose more than 2% on Friday and were set for a weekly gain, lifted by increased demand from top consumer China and a weaker dollar.

    The cotton contract for December gained 2.26 cents, or 2.1%, to 108.40 cents per lb by 13:38 EDT (1738 GMT). It has gained about 1.7% so far this week.
Gujcot Weekly Report 23-Oct-2021
  • Market Movement from 18th Oct 2021 to 23rd Oct 2021.
    • Another highly volatile week with daily trading range of more than 300 to 400 points in NY future.

    • Decent US Export sales but market ignored it and closed 400 points lower on Thursday. NY December ultimately closed with 93 points gain.
Jernigan Global Weekly 25-Oct-2021
  • News Letter 25-Oct-2021

    1. SUPPLY CHAIN COLLAPSE, POOR MANAGEMENT OF LOGISTICS, CONTAINER LINE ABUSE AND GREED … ALL CAUSE MAYHEM FOR COTTON TRADE

    2. WILL THE PLUNGE IN THE TURKISH LIRA IMPACT COTTON DEMAND?
Thompson on Cotton
  • Export Sales Receive Boost as China Returns to Market
    October 25, 2021

    There was a lot of movement in the market last week, only to end up right back where it started. After a week of ups and downs, the December contract settled at 108.26 on Friday while March 22 closed at 106.19, up two cents from its previous close but well within its 104- 113 cent trading range.
ROSE ON COTTON
  • COTTON MARKET POSTS MODEST WEEKLY GAIN
    Oct 25, 2021

    The ICE Dec cotton contract picked up 93 points last week, finishing at 108.26, with the Dec – Mar spread inversion contracting to 207. Last week our models predicted a finish on the week that was to be near unchanged to lower Vs the previous Friday’s settlement, which proved to be incorrect, although recent volatility invites a discussion of what “near unchanged” means.
DTN Cotton Close
  • Ends Fractionally Higher
    October 25, 2021

    After a strong Sunday night surge, the cotton market only managed to settle slightly up Monday. The market was aware of overnight Chinese buying, but also knew the global shipping crisis continues to hamper the global economy. Thus, future exports may continue to be lax. Traders also heard comments from President Xi at the UN that indirectly lambasted the United States.
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