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 Decreased Following SIMA’s Request for Textile Mills to Prevent Panic Purchasing

Considering a global supply rise predicted after July, the Southern India Mills’ Association (SIMA) advised textile mills to refrain from panic buying amid rising cotton prices. Net sales decreased by 69% in 2023/2024 compared to the previous week and 83% from the previous 4-week average, according to data released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture…

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Concerns over supply and persistent use are driving rises in cotton

Due to worries about supply and long-term cotton usage, cotton candy prices closed 0.3% higher at 60080. The 2023–2024 U.S. cotton balance sheet showed stable production but decreased ending stocks, increased exports, and decreased mill use. With the export projection increased to 12.3 million bales, ending stockpiles were anticipated to have disappeared by 20%, or…

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Gains for cotton as CAI’s estimate of cotton production is reduced

Cotton candy prices saw a little increase of 0.07%, ultimately settling at 57240. This increase was mostly driven by the Cotton Association of India’s (CAI) revised downward projection of cotton production for the current 2023–2024 season. Concerns about decreased cotton output were exacerbated by the revision, which mentioned damage in Haryana caused by pink bollworm…

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