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Cotton Futures
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Gujcot Spot Rate
Gujcot Spot Rate

09-Aug-2022

Gujarat Cotton Pressing Summery
Gujarat Cotton Pressing Summery

As on 31-Jul-2022

ICE Cotton Weekly Changes
ICE Cotton Weekly Changes

As on 05-Aug-2022

Cotton Future Close
Cotton Future Close

09-Aug-2022

News & Reports
Gujcot Monthly Rate Movement Report – Jul 2022
  • Monthly Rate Movement Report – Jul 2022
    • Daily Physical Spot Rate

    • MCX Cotton Daily Closing Rate

    • USD-INR Exchange Rate Closing

    • Cotlook Index

    • ICE Future Closing

    • NCDEX Kapas Rate

    • MCX Future Closing

    • NCDEX and MCX converted into Rs. Candy Rate

    We hope it will be useful to all the stake holders of Textile Value Chain.
ROSE ON COTTON
  • COTTON MARKET POSTS LARGE WEEKLY GAIN, SMALL MONTHLY SETBACK

    Jul 31, 2022

    Dec cotton gained 585 points on the week, finishing at 96.74, with the Dec – Mar inversion contracting to 323. Dec posted at 210-point setback for July. Last weekend, our proprietary models predicted a finish on the week that was to be near unchanged to higher Vs the previous week’s settlement, which proved to be correct.
PCCA Cotton Market Weekly
  • FUTURES PRICES RALLY AND REMAIN STABLE

    • RETAIL SALES BETTER THAN EXPECTED
    • U.S. EXPORT COMMITMENTS INCREASED 213,200 BALES
    • BROAD SPREAD HEAT AND DROUGHT PUNISH SOUTHWEST CROP
    • FOMC RATE DECISION AND U.S. Q2 GDP AND CORE PCE FIGURES COMING
PLEXUS Market Comments
  • So where do we go from here?

    The market is moving sideways in low volume, stuck between supply side/inflation bulls and recession bears.

    The mood of a market can often be gauged by the reaction to a report, like today’s dismal export sales report. While the initial reaction was negative, December managed to close with a small gain, 162 points off its intra-day low.
Thompson on Cotton
  • Market Moves Higher with Little Economic Data
    July 25, 2022

    Over the past few weeks, the market resembles a rusty old truck trying to climb a rainy dirt road. Each time it seems to gather traction, it slips and slides further down the hill. That is until last week when it posted its first positive performance in six weeks.
Cleveland on Cotton
  • Market “Back in the Doldrums"
    Aug 02, 2022

    Cotton prices blew through the 93-cent price resistance as suggested, albeit much sooner than I expected. Keep thinking patience as prices now look to trade the dollar mark. Beyond that, marketing fundamentals, particularly on the supply side of the price equation, are building an argument for trading to the 108-110-cent level.
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