Cotton declined as 1.3 million fewer bales were consumed globally in 2023–2024

The price of cotton candy, a vital product for the world’s textile sector, dropped by -0.03% to settle at 57720. Predictions for the 2023–2024 era show lower global consumption of cotton, especially in major cotton-producing countries like India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, and Turkey. This reduction coincides with significant changes in the global cotton market. Higher…

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Cotton fell since global consumption is expected to be lower in 2023–2024 than it was last month

Prices for cotton candy decreased by -0.17%, ending at 57740, as a result of adjustments to production and consumption estimates for the 2023–2024 season worldwide. There will be a 1.3 million bale drop in global consumption as a result of declines in Turkey, Indonesia, India, Pakistan, and Uzbekistan. This resulted in a 2.0 million bale…

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Cotton fell as global consumption is expected to be lower than it was last month

Cotton prices, as indicated by Cotton candy, dropped by -0.63% to settle at 57020. Reduced predictions for global demand in 2023–2024 contributed to the decline, especially in major cotton-producing nations including Turkey, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, and Uzbekistan. In addition, a 2.0 million bale increase in world-ending stocks for 2023–2024 was caused by higher beginning stocks…

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Cotton Gains Despite Increased Foreign Prices, Supported By A Decline In Unsold Inventory

The price of cotton candy saw a decrease of -0.66%, ending at 57620. This was driven by an increase in prices abroad as a result of a reduction in unsold inventory and a depreciating US dollar. For the 2023–2024 season, the world cotton market experienced revisions to its consumption forecasts. India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, and…

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Cotton fell as global consumption was predicted to be lower than it was last month

Cotton candy prices saw pressure from lower global consumption predictions for the 2023–2024 season, but they ended the day up 0.76% at 55,660 thanks to low-level buying. Turkey, Pakistan, India, Indonesia, and Uzbekistan are expected to have lower consumption expectations, which accounts for the predicted drop of 1.3 million bales. Nevertheless, a rise in global…

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