Jernigan Global Weekly 08-Mar-2021
Posted : May 14, 2021

JERNIGAN GLOBAL
News Letter 08-Mar-2021

1. SURGING SHIPPING COST FROM CHINA CHANGING ECONOMICS OF TRADE –EUROPEAN BUYERS CANCEL ORDERS

2. BRAZIL BASIS HOLDS AS FEBRUARY EXPORT SHIPMENTS MEET EXPECTATIONS

3. PAKISTAN GOVERNMENT CONSIDERS ALLOWING IMPORTED INDIAN COTTON

4. INDIAN CFR BASIS MOVES SHARPLY HIGHER FOLLOWING DEMAND AND PROSPECTS OF PAKISTAN TRADE

5. CHINA’S ZCE COTTON PRICES STALL AT 17,000 RMB OR 119.44 CENTS

6. BATTLE FOR ACREAGE IN THE US CONTINUES

7. ICE FUTURES FIND SUPPORT AFTER A NEAR 1,000 POINT PLUNGE

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