Jernigan Global Weekly 30-Nov-2020
Posted : May 14, 2021

JERNIGAN GLOBAL
News Letter 30-Nov-2020

1. SPINNERS MAINTAIN BARE COTTON INVENTORIES  IN FACE OF UNCERTAIN DEMAND

2. BRAZIL DRYNESS A SERIOUS CONCERN AS MATO GROSSO MOISTURE DEFICIT INCREASES

3. XINJIANG TEXTILE AND APPAREL INDUSTRY  EXPANDS – EXPORTS SOAR

4. AUSTRALIAN 2021 CROP FINDS SUPPORT AS  QUALITY FEARS EXPAND

5. INDIAN ARRIVALS SURGE AS PRICES IGNITE GROWER SELLING

6. CHINA SHOWS SIGNS OF REDUCED BUYING OF US AG PRODUCTS AHEAD OF POSSIBLE RENEGOTIATION UNDER BIDEN

7. PHYSCIAL PRICES FIND SUPPORT FROM THIN  PIPELINE AND CHINA PRICE PREMIUM

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