• Monthly Cotton Economic Letter (2013.03)
      After drifting sideways throughout most of February, cotton prices surged higher late in the month and climbed to their highest levels in 10 months in early March. Values for the May New York futures contract have been consistently above 86 cents/lb in recent trading. In the first half of February
      Jul 02, 2013
    • Monthly Cotton Economic Letter (2013.02)
      Cotton prices climbed higher throughout the second half of January and have been able to maintain their higher values into early February. The March New York Futures contract rose from 75 cents/lb to as high as 84 cents/lb. In recent trading, futures prices have flattened out and have ranged betwe
      Jul 02, 2013
    • Monthly Cotton Economic Letter (2013.01)
      New York futures prices drifted higher in December. Values for the March contract rose about five cents/lb, increasing from levels near 72 cents/lb to 77 cents/lb. Most recently, prices have held to levels near 75 cents/lb. Movement in the A Index has been marginal, with values fluctuating between
      Jul 02, 2013
    • Monthly Cotton Economic Letter (12, 2012)
      Questions related to cotton price direction remain centered on Chinese cotton policy that has supported Chinese prices at levels far above those from other countries around the world. Among the principal questions for 2012/13 prices are whether China will release cotton from reserves and how activ
      Jul 02, 2013
    • Monthly Cotton Economic Letter (04, 2012)
      With the exception of the brief increase that accompanied India's announced ban on exports, cotton prices trended lower or sideways last month. Values for the most actively traded May New York futures contract declined from a general range between 95 and 99 cents/lb to levels between 88 and 92 cen
      May 07, 2012
    • Monthly Cotton Economic Letter (03, 2012)
      Cotton prices remained range-bound over the last month. Prices for the March futures contract on the New York exchange traded between 93 and 100 cents/lb. Over the same time period, values for the A Index ranged between 99 and 104 cents/lb. After the release of this month’s USDA report, March futu
      May 07, 2012
    • Monthly Cotton Economic Letter (02, 2012)
      After declining in early December, cotton prices rebounded late in the month and into early January. Contracts for March New York futures fell from prices between 90 and 94 cents/lb to levels below 87 cents/lb in the first half of December. Following this decline, prices for March New York futures
      May 07, 2012
    • Monthly Cotton Economic Letter (01,2012)
      After two months of range-bound trading, cotton prices shifted lower in late November. The March New York futures contract fell through important support near 94 cents/lb and briefly dropped below 88 cents/lb before appearing to have established a new range between 90 and 94 cents/lb.  An Ind
      May 07, 2012
    • China's I/E of Textile & Apparel by Country & Region 2011.1-7
      Unit: $100 million USD, %     Export Import Subtotal Textiles Apparel Subtotal Textiles Apparel 2011 a
      Nov 14, 2011
    • Summary of Textile Industrial Output (2011.1-7)
      (Above-designated Enterprises) Item   Unit   Total Number of Enterprises July Jan.-Jul. ±% Yarn Ton 3911 2447559
      Nov 14, 2011
     
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