Jernigan Global Weekly
Posted : May 14, 2021

JERNIGAN GLOBAL
News Letter 14-Dec-2020

1. CHINA MARKETS RECEIVE BOOST FROM NOVEMBER EXPORT PERFORMANCE RECORD TRADE SURPLUS IN NOV

2. INDIA CROP DOUBTS REMAIN DESPITE THE HEAVY ARRIVALS

3. PAKISTAN COTTON USE ROBUST AS DEMAND HOLDS

4. INCREASED COTTON YARN EXPORTS TO CHINA FINALLY BOOST THAILAND COTTON USE

5. US EXPORT MOMENTUM SUGGESTS HIGHER THAN EXPECTED EXPORTS IN 2020/2021

6. XINJIANG HAS BUMPER CROP IN 2020

7. USDA LOWERS US CROP BUT WHY DID IT TAKE SO LONG?

8. AUSTRALIAN COTTON BELT FACES FREAK STORM THAT COULD BRING RAINS

9. CONAB PLACES 2019/2020 CROP AT NEW RECORD OF 13.791 MB

10. US CLASSES HEAVIEST VOLUME OF YEAR; QUALITY ISSUES STAND OUT

11. ICE FUTURES STALL AS THEY NEAR 75 CENTS

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