Jernigan Global Weekly 16-Aug-2021
Posted : October 23, 2021

JERNIGAN GLOBAL
News Letter 16-Aug-2021

1.  CHINA FATIGUE – ARE SOURCING PATTERNS CHANGING FOREVER?

2.  US CROP IS LATE - HOW WILL THE US MEET EXPORT SHIPMENT TARGETS?

3.  DEC 2022 ICE DISCOUNT TO MAY/JULY BIG PROBLEM FOR 2022 AUSTRALIAN CROP

4.  US MAKES FIRST LARGE SALE TO CHINA FOR 2021/2022 SHIPMENT

5.  HAS THE USDA UNDERESTIMATED THE US CROP AT 17.264 MB?

6.  CHINA’S DOMESTIC ELS PRICES SURGE, EVEN IN LOWER GRADES

7.  US HARVEST GETS UNDERWAY IN TEXAS

8.  INDIA’S CAI REDUCED 2020/2021 ENDING STOCKS BY 1.150 MB

9.  US TEXTILE AND APPAREL IMPORTS REACH 8.94 BILLION USD IN JUNE

10.  ICE SURGES TOWARD 95 CENTS FOLLOWING US CROP REDUCTION

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