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Gujarat Spot Rate
Gujarat Spot Rate

02-Aug-2021

ICE Cotton Weekly Changes
ICE Cotton Weekly Changes

As on 30-Jul-2021

All India Cotton Sowing
All India Cotton Sowing

As on 29-Jul-2021

Cotton Future Close
Cotton Future Close

30-Jul-2021

News & Reports
Jernigan Global Weekly 01-Aug-2021
  • 1. CHINA: HENAN FLOODING IMPACTS TEXTILE AND APPAREL SECTOR AND COTTON STORAGE WAREHOUSES

    2. HEAT WAVE OVER NORTHERN XINJIANG EXPECTED THROUGH AUGUST 6

    3. XINJIANG EXPORTS TO EUROPE INCREASED DESPITE HUMAN RIGHT ISSUES

    4. APPAREL SOURCING IN ETHIOPIA IMPACTED AS UNREST CLOSES DJIBOUTI RAILWAY

    5. AUSTRALIAN 2022 CROP BASIS FALLS TO EXTREME DISCOUNT
Gujcot Weekly Report
  • Market Movement from 26th Jul 2021 to 31st Jul 2021

    • Market remained steady during the week but NY December contract first time crossed 91 Cents barrier in intraday trading. Although NY December closed with some minor weekly loss, technically picture looks sound.

    • U.S. Export Sales for current year was almost nil. Now only one week remained for current year. Shipment was 2,47,000 Bales.
ICE Cotton Update 30-Jul-2021
  • Cotton dips, but poised for best month in three

    ICE cotton futures are primed for their best month since April on stable global demand, despite being on track for its worst day in nearly two weeks on Friday as the dollar rose and grain prices weakened.
    Cotton contracts for December fell 1.02 cent, or 1.1%, to 89.29 cents per lb, by 11:06 a.m. EDT (1506 GMT), falling as much as 1.6% earlier.
PCCA Cotton Market Weekly
  • JULY 30, 2021

    MUCH OF COTTON BELT NEEDS MORE RAIN AND HEAT

    • Fed Announced Interest Rates Will Remain Unchanged
    • Sunday, August 1 Marks Start of New Marketing Year
    • More Rain and Heat Needed
    • August WASDE on the Horizon
Shurley on Cotton
  • Maybe Not Red, but Possible Caution Flags Ahead

    July 30, 2021

    A positive spin on things first. This appears to be shaping up as one of those rare and blessed years where most producers will enjoy both a good crop and a good price. It doesn’t happen often.
    Prices (new crop Dec futures) have moved to the 87 to 88 cents area 4 times since the beginning of 2021. This most recent move has now carried us to new highs at better than 90 cents.
Cleveland On Cotton
  • Uncertainty Weakens Prices, Demand Remains Bullish

    July 30, 2021

    Cotton prices surged higher on the week climbing to an even 91 cents before succumbing to Friday’s selloff across all markets: financials, commodities, and equities. Weekly export sales were weak, and the outside markets suffered at week’s end. Nevertheless, the market showed strength between 90 and 91 cents as textile mills were forced to come to the board and fix prices.
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