• Monthly Cotton Economic Letter (2017.03)
      Recent price movement Most benchmark prices moved higher over the past month. Volatility was a feature of futures markets. The May NY futures contract was volatile over the past month. Values dropped several cents/lb near
      Mar 13, 2017
    • Producer Prices for the Industrial Sector for February 2017
      In February 2017, Producer Price Index (PPI) for manufactured goods increased 7.8 percent year-on-year, and increased 0.6 percent month-on-month. The purchasing price index for manufactured goods increased 9.9 percent year-on-year, and increased 0.8 percent month-on-month. On average from Janu
      Mar 10, 2017
    • Index
      China ’ s Yarn Prices Name Index Ups and downs   10-count cotton rotor spun yarn
      Mar 10, 2017
    • China's PMI Was 51.6 Percent in February
      Department of Service Statistics of NBS China Federation of Logistics and Purchases (CFLP) In February 2017, China's manufacturing purchasing managers index (PMI) was 51.6 percent, an increase of 0.3 percentage points over last month, and the manufacturing
      Mar 06, 2017
    • Monthly Cotton Economic Letter (2017.02)
      Recent price movement Cotton prices moved higher in early February, with values for NY futures, the A Index, and Pakistani spot prices all climbing to their highest levels since August. Indian prices rose, but remain well-below values from the summer and early fall. Current
      Mar 01, 2017
    • Monthly Cotton Economic Letter (2015.12)
      Recent price movement NY futures and the A Index moved slightly higher over the past month, while other benchmark prices were unchanged. •        Prices for the March NY futures contract rose from levels n
      Jan 05, 2016
    • Monthly Cotton Economic Letter (2015.11)
      Recent price movement Global cotton prices were flat or slightly lower over the past month. l         Prices for the December NY futures contract eased from levels near 64 cents/lb to those below 62 cents/lb.  l &n
      Dec 24, 2015
    • Monthly Cotton Economic Letter (2013.06)
      Cotton prices experienced volatility over the past month. After following a downward trend in the second half of May, New York futures rebounded rather sharply in June. From prices near 85 cents/lb, values for the July contract fell below 80 cents/lb before bouncing back to levels close to 90 cent
      Jul 02, 2013
    • Monthly Cotton Economic Letter (2013.05)
      Despite some volatility, recent values for New York futures and the A Index are nearly even with those a month ago. After losing nearly five cents and dropping below 85 cents/lb, July New York futures contract bounced back to levels near 87 cents/lb. The A Index also lost approximately five cents/
      Jul 02, 2013
    • Monthly Cotton Economic Letter (2013.04)
      After rising in the first half of March, global cotton prices declined in recent weeks. The May New York futures contract fell from values around 92 cents/lb to those near 86 cents/lb. The A Index retreated from levels approaching 100 cents/lb to 92 cents/lb. Chinese prices, represented by the CC
      Jul 02, 2013




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