Weekly Cotton Reports

Our cotton reports are released every week offering a comprehensive view of the global cotton market, including New York’s Cotton Futures, the Physical market indicator, and domestic markets in China, India, Pakistan, Turkey, and Brazil: Sample Report

Cotton Prices on International and Domestic Markets (Weekly)

Cotton prices rebounded in the past week due to a rise in financial markets. China bolstered the market recently by buying large quantities of foreign cotton to replenish its state reserves. We offer a comprehensive weekly cotton report that delivers an in-depth analysis of the global market, encompassing futures markets in New York and China, as well as local markets in China, India, Pakistan, Turkey, and Brazil. Historical data is also available for download. Read more...

Cotton Prices on International and Domestic Markets (Weekly)

Cotton prices could continue to decline until the end of the year, as outlined in our comprehensive weekly cotton report, which provides a detailed analysis of the global market, including futures markets in New York and China, as well as local markets in China, India, Pakistan, Turkey, and Brazil. Historical data is available for download. Read more...

Cotton Prices on International and Domestic Markets (Weekly)

Cotton prices declined on domestic markets in Asia in the last week, reflecting the low level in cotton yarn production in the current period. Our comprehensive weekly cotton report offers a thorough analysis of the global market, encompassing futures markets in New York and China, as well as local markets in China, India, Pakistan, Turkey, and Brazil. Read more...

Cotton Prices on International and Domestic Markets (Weekly)

Cotton prices rebounded in the past week due to a decline in the US dollar and robust US export sales, particularly to China. Our comprehensive weekly cotton report offers a thorough analysis of the global market, encompassing futures markets in New York and China, as well as local markets in China, India, Pakistan, Turkey, and Brazil. Read more...