Cotton

Cotton futures are 28 lower to 25 higher this morning after they showed slight to 91 point gains on Monday. As of Sunday, the US cotton crop had 44% of the bolls opening. NASS indicated 11% of the crop was harvested, vs 6% average. Texas was well ahead of its average pace. US condition ratings were down 2% to 61% gd/ex, as the Brugler500 was 7 points lower at 358. Georgia ratings were down a steep 66 points on the Brugler500 scale in the week following Hurricane Irma, dropping to 307. The Cotlook A index for September 15 was unchanged from the previous day at 79.1 cents/lb. China sold another 24,200 MT of cotton in Monday’s auction of state reserves that saw 25,200 MT offered.




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