Cotton fell due to muted global demand and improved crop prospects

Prices for cotton candy decreased significantly by -1.86% yesterday, leveling at 60,120. The main causes of this reduction were the reduced demand worldwide and the expectation of a better harvest in nations such as Australia. For the upcoming season, 2024–2025, the International Cotton Advisory Committee (ICAC) predicted gains in cotton-producing areas, production, consumption, and trade….

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Cotton fell as the ICAC projected higher production in 2024–2025

The ICAC’s predictions for the 2024–25 season anticipate growth in cotton-producing areas, production, consumption, and trade. This led to a -0.58% decline in cotton candy prices, closing at 61,860. Cotton cultivation is expected to expand by 3% to 32.85 million hectares, yielding 25.22 million tonnes. Consumption is forecasted to increase by 2.9% to 25.37 million…

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Cotton Drops As CAI Revises Production Estimates Up To 309.70 Lakh Bales

Cotton candy prices fell by 0.13% to 62000, owing to upward adjustments in production projections by important organizations such as the Cotton Association of India (CAI) and Cotton Corporation of India (CCI). CAI and CCPC upgraded their crop production forecasts for the current season, contributing to enhanced supply projections for natural fiber. Cotton Australia’s increased…

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Cotton Gain as CCI procured 32.81 lakh bales of cotton so far this season

Cotton candy prices rose 0.87% to 62520, boosted by good developments in domestic and worldwide markets. The Cotton Corporation of India (CCI) reported significant cotton procurement, especially from Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, and Maharashtra, indicating strong domestic demand. Furthermore, the Cotton Association of India (CAI) raised its cotton production predictions for the current season, predicting higher…

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Telangana’s cotton production increased by 33% in just six years

Telangana, the third-largest cotton-producing State in the nation, increased its cotton production by 33% from 18.85 lakh tonnes (lt) in 2015­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­. This is right despite the crop’s area not significantly expanding. 19 lakh hectares (lh) of cotton were planted over the time period, a 12 percent increase from 17 lh. The state’s ability to export…

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