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Gujarat Spot Rate
Gujarat Spot Rate

23-Feb-2019

Gujarat Cotton Pressing Summary
Gujarat Cotton Pressing Summary

Gujarat Cotton Pressing As on 31st Jan-2019

ICE Cotton Weekly Changes
ICE Cotton Weekly Changes

As on 22-Feb-2019

Cotton Future Close
Cotton Future Close

22-Feb-2019

News & Reports
Gujcot Weekly Report
  • Market Movement from 18th Feb 2019 to 23rd Feb 2019

    • This week was volatile week and giving some breathing space to bulls. On 21st Feb anticipating good US Export Sales numbers and some positive news from trade negotiation between US and China NY future rose to recent high.

    • On 22nd USDA cleared backlog of past 6 weeks Export Sales data. Sales was enough but cancellation of 3,32,000 bales gave some negative sentiment and NY Futures ended on Friday with 100 points loss. Over all NY May future gained 115 Points during this week.
US Export Sales Summary
  • 01-Aug-2018 To 14-Feb-2019

    2018-2019

    COMMITMENTS
    UPLAND 118,55,905
    PIMA 509,418
    TOTAL 123,65,323

    SHIPMENTS
    UPLAND 50,04,376
    PIMA 2,83,123
    TOTAL 52,87,499
Cleveland On Cotton 22-Feb-2019
  • Carryover Moving Into Danger Zone

    Cotton prices were able to challenge the 72-cent level on the week, but settled at 71.84, basis March futures. May futures settled the week at 73.01. This week’s upside movement in March was not unexpected as it marked first Notice Day for the March delivery period.
PCCA Cotton Market Weekly
  • FEBRUARY 22, 2019

    MARKET ON A ROLLER COASTER RIDE

    • Encouraging Trade Talks Provide a Boost
    • USDA Releases Initial Estimates for 2019-20
    • Export Reports Caught Up, Sales Still on Pace
    • Traders Turn Attention to Other Fundamental Factors
DTN Cotton Close 22-February
  • Market Lower, Sales-Exports Disappoint

    The cotton market reversed its one-day bullish course, disappointed by USDA’s summary report of its delayed sales. The total old crop sales from January 10 through February 14 came out at 977,000 bales. Using simple arithmetic, weekly sales averaged some 160,000 bales per week. China was not seen in that multi-week mix as a buyer of old crop bales, but rather a net canceler. Total shipments for those weeks exceeding one million bales, which if nothing else, had a bullish psychological sound to it.
U.S. EXPORT SALES
  • For Weekending 14-February-2019
    Combined Sales of Previous 6 Weeks

    2018-2019
    Net Upland Sales 9,77,100
    Upland Shipments 14,31,500
    Net Pima Sales 42,200
    Pima Shipments 1,10,500
    TOTAL SALES 10,19,300

    2019-2020
    Net Upland Sales 1,61,400
    Net Pima Sales 0
    TOTAL 1,61,400
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