Cotton market could be bullish for a while

Robinson, Elton
April 2010
Southwest Farm Press;4/1/2010, Vol. 37 Issue 10, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports on the statement made by Calcot Ltd. president Jarral Neeper that the cotton market in the U.S. will experience a rise in prices for 18 months due to the widening of foreign production deficit, the need to restock supplies and concern over global prices. It mentions that there has been high demand for the product together with deficits in its production. It affirms that the trend of having high prices in cotton is a good opportunity for growers to fair well in the market.


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