Southern Crop

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Rain in India, U.S. Keeps Pressure on Prices

Beneficial rains in both India and the United States kept pressure on cotton prices during the week as the December futures contract, in a rare event, settled the week unchanged at 68.59. Thus, the market continues to consolidate June loses in the breakout below 71 cents, down to the 66 cent level.

 

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