Gains for cotton result from CAI lowering its estimate to 29.4 million bales

Prices for cotton, which are shown above as “Cotton candy,” increased somewhat by 0.11% to settle at 55940. For the current 2023–2024 season, the Cotton Association of India (CAI) updated their cotton production projection to 29.4 million bales. This negative revision was ascribed to farmers uprooting plants and pink bollworm infestation damage in Haryana. In…

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Gains in cotton were seen as merchants struggled with temporary supply limitations

Cotton candy, a symbol for cotton prices, closed at 57300, up 0.53%, as traders struggled with worries about short-term supply constraints. Deliverable against contracts, certified cotton stockpiles fell significantly from 87,770 bales on December 1st to 6,325 bales on December 5th, according to ICE statistics. This stock market fall increased market anxiety. 253.71 thousand tons…

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Cotton increased as traders struggled with worries over short-term supply shortages

As traders struggled with worries about short-term supply shortages, cotton prices, depicted as Cotton Candy, finished up 0.25% at 57000. The certified cotton stocks, deliverable against the contract, have decreased from their previous peak on December 1st to 6,325 bales on December 5th, indicating a tightening supply scenario. The International Cotton Advisory Committee (ICAC) predicts…

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Cotton fell as the ICAC predicted that production would probably surpass consumption worldwide

Cotton prices, as measured by Cotton candy, fell by -0.7% to settle at 56380, primarily due to a pessimistic forecast for the world cotton market. For the second year in a row, the International Cotton Advisory Committee (ICAC) predicted that worldwide cotton production would be surplus due to production exceeding consumption. In the 2023–2024 season,…

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