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70.72 -0.70    -0.98%
09/12 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Pound

  • Prev. Close: 71.42
  • Open: 71.28
  • Day's Range: 70.35 - 71.81
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US Cotton #2 70.72 -0.70 -0.98%

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Soft futures lower; ICE cotton continues downward trend By Investing.com - Jul 01, 2014

Investing.com - Cotton futures traded at the lowest level since December 2012 on Tuesday, after the U.S. Department of Agriculture said U.S. farmers planted more cotton than expected. On the ICE ...

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Soft futures mixed; ICE cotton enters bear market By Investing.com - Jun 26, 2014

Investing.com - Cotton futures fell to the lowest level in 17 months on Thursday, as rains across key growing regions in the U.S. added to expectations of a bumper U.S. cotton crop. On the ICE ...

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Soft futures mixed; coffee re-approaches 5-week low By Investing.com - May 14, 2014

Investing.com - U.S. coffee prices extended losses from the previous session on Wednesday to re-approach a five-week low hit earlier in the week, amid indications supplies might be on the rise despite...

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Soft futures mixed; coffee hits 5-week low By Investing.com - May 12, 2014

Investing.com - U.S. coffee prices extended sharp losses from the previous session on Monday to hit a five-week low, as investors continued to monitor crop and weather conditions in top grower ...

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Soft futures lower; cotton extends losses ahead of USDA data By Investing.com - May 08, 2014

Investing.com - U.S. cotton prices extended sharp losses from the previous session on Thursday, as market players looked ahead to weekly export data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture as well as ...

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Soft futures mixed; sugar falls to 2-week low By Investing.com - May 07, 2014

Investing.com - U.S. sugar prices fell to a two-week low on Wednesday, as investors continued to monitor weather and crop conditions in top grower Brazil. On the ICE Futures U.S. Exchange, U.S. sugar...

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Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden 23 hours ago
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All my buys are in 69's...prob wont be goin up til mid month....Still looking for top to come in February of 2017. Until then, buying the dips.
Francisco D Anconia
HankRearden 23 hours ago
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69 on Tuesday could be THE buy for December...
Salman Maqbool
Salman Maqbool 2 hours ago
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@Francisco D Anconia -good to see you Francisco
Salman Maqbool
Salman Maqbool 2 hours ago
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@Francisco D Anconia - on Wednesday Fed Res meeting... Why you see 69 on Tuesday?
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Well I don't see it...and I think it quite unlikely, however IF it is seen...it would be the bottom of channel for buying. After some closer review I doubt it very much...I'll be doing my weekly/monthly review on Soybeans and Cotton over the weekend. Will post my thoughts for the week/month ahead of us with prices and time periods to watch/look for. I will say this...Volume on all grains/softs were extremely low for yesterday, it being the WASDE report. Total Volume of Sales on March Cotton was 15,796...on the week it was only a pitiful 63,492. This is characteristic of bottoming process...once volume starts to really fade it's an indication that the direction is losing power and will be reversed. Tuesday is a big day in Time for Cotton....thing is this - We're stuck in between 72 and 70. When/If we break this range is speculation at this point. I am still on the buy side though.
Salman Maqbool
Salman Maqbool Dec 09, 2016 11:35AM GMT
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So where do we go from here? Yes The irony is that by being bearish and therefore buying almost all cotton ‘on-call’ in recent months, mills have created a potentially bullish monster! There are now nearly 10 million bales that have been bought but not priced yet and this represents a tremendous amount of buying power. The hope is of course that the specs will oblige and eventually sell out of their 11 million bales net long position, which would allow mills to fix in a falling market. But what if speculators were to sit tight? _*The current situation reminds us of the old saying “when in a hole, stop digging”, yet week after week we see mills digging themselves deeper into trouble. Maybe the market will be kind enough to give the trade its much hoped for 3-4 cents correction, but we have that uneasy felling that the current setup is an accident waiting to happen and that the next big move is going to be a nasty short-covering rally! Plexus....
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Salman Maqbool Dec 08, 2016 10:15PM GMT
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Traders tweaked positions ahead of the supply-demand report. Weekly export sales topped expectations by a wide margin and boosted commitments to 66% of the forecast. Shipments reached 26% of the 2016-17 projection. Duane Howell DTN Cotton
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