Jernigan Global Weekly 13-Sep-2021
Posted : June 04, 2022

JERNIGAN GLOBAL
News Letter 13-Sep-2021

 

  1. SUPPLY CHAIN WOES EXPAND AS ALL AREAS FEEL IMPACT

 

  1. CHINA SEED COTTON PRICE DRAMA DRIVES ZCE BUT SPINNERS UNABLE TO PASS ALONG PRICE HIKES

 

  1. THIRD LARGEST AUSTRALIAN CROP ON RECORD NOW BEING PLANTED

 

  1. BRAZIL CONAB MAINTAINS 2020/2021 CROP PRODUCTION LEVELS

 

  1. CHINA RESERVE MAKES US AND BRAZILIAN PURCHASES FOR EARLY 2022 SHIPMENT

 

  1. US APPAREL IMPORTS SLOW IN JULY TO 987 BILLION USD

 

  1. USDA WASDE ESTIMATES PROVIDE MORE SHOCK AND AWE

 

  1. TROPICAL STORM WATCH AS RAINS LIKELY FOR TEXAS COASTAL BEND

 

  1. BATTLE UNDERWAY FOR REMAINING US PIMA SUPPLIES

 

  1. DESPITE LARGER US CROP ICE HOLDS 92 CENTS AS WEEK ENDS

 

 

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