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Cleveland on Cotton: Oversold! Buyers Still Looking for High Quality

Cleveland on Cotton: Oversold! Buyers Still Looking for High Quality

πŸ‘€By O.A. Cleveland, Consulting Economist, Cotton Experts 🕔Jul 14, 2017

The cotton invert continues as both the U.S. and Australian crops are oversold. The October-December is holding on to just a 60 point spread while the December-March is dangling by a mere 47 points. Β  Given the robust export market

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Ag Groups Fear Trump Plan to Limit Steel Imports Will Backfire on Trade – DTN

Ag Groups Fear Trump Plan to Limit Steel Imports Will Backfire on Trade – DTN

πŸ‘€By Chris Clayton, DTN Ag Policy Editor 🕔Jul 13, 2017

Farm groups are cautioning the Trump administration not to open a “Pandora’s Box” by claiming restrictions on steel and aluminum are needed to protect “national security.” Eighteen agricultural groups wrote to Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross on Tuesday, stressing that

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Rice Market: Excellent Prospects for U.S. Medium Grain, Wild Rice in Turkey

Rice Market: Excellent Prospects for U.S. Medium Grain, Wild Rice in Turkey

πŸ‘€By Hartwig Schmidt, USA Rice 🕔Jul 5, 2017

USA Rice was in Turkey last week and met with millers, traders, packers, and food service distributors to assess market prospects for U.S. medium grain rice and to discuss possible promotional activities for U.S. wild rice, a product gaining increasing

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Cleveland on Cotton: U.S. Stocks Tight and Slowing Export Sales

Cleveland on Cotton: U.S. Stocks Tight and Slowing Export Sales

πŸ‘€By O.A. Cleveland, Consulting Economist, Cotton Experts 🕔May 5, 2017

Cotton prices continue to hold near the upper end of the recent trading range. If fact, the expiring May contract did establish a new high on the week. The spot contract month July continues to flirt with 79 cents plus,

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Cleveland on Cotton: Mills and Exports Keeping the Charts Moving

Cleveland on Cotton: Mills and Exports Keeping the Charts Moving

πŸ‘€By O.A. Cleveland, Consulting Economist, Cotton Experts 🕔Apr 21, 2017

Cotton prices made a run higher this week as export sales and inquiries continue to provide support to the market. The May contract, moves to first notice day and July become the spot month on Monday, April 24. Β The continuation

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Cleveland on Cotton: Planting up 21%; Polyester Pollution is Cotton’s New Best Friend

Cleveland on Cotton: Planting up 21%; Polyester Pollution is Cotton’s New Best Friend

πŸ‘€By O.A. Cleveland, Consulting Economist, Cotton Experts 🕔Mar 31, 2017

The much talked about 2017 Prospective Plantings Report for U.S. cotton was released Friday with little fanfare. The report indicated growers would plant 12.2 million acres, up 21 percent from 2016 and had been expected by most market participants. This

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Rice Market: Tension Between Russia, Turkey Could Benefit U.S.

Rice Market: Tension Between Russia, Turkey Could Benefit U.S.

πŸ‘€By Michael Klein, USA Rice 🕔Mar 29, 2017

USA Rice maintains a robust program and trade servicing program in Turkey to ensure U.S.-grown rice maintains a strong presence and identity in the market. As a result, Turkey is a top ten destination for U.S.-grown rice and exports have

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Cleveland on Cotton: Market Still Trying to Pick its Top – What to do now?

Cleveland on Cotton: Market Still Trying to Pick its Top – What to do now?

πŸ‘€By O.A. Cleveland, Consulting Economist, Cotton Experts 🕔Mar 24, 2017

The cotton bull continues to feed on the record string of export sales and the ever more bullish on-call sales predicament facing the mills. Too, the old bull is not giving up his almost daily run above 79 cents. Yet,

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Rose on Cotton: Two Strategies for Pricing the 2017 Crop

Rose on Cotton: Two Strategies for Pricing the 2017 Crop

πŸ‘€By Louis W. Rose IV, The Rose Cotton Report 🕔Feb 10, 2017

In what was effectively a swan song, the Mar contract gave up 59 points on the week as Goldman and other funds continued to either roll long positions into deferred months or simply take a breather on the sidelines. By

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DTN Fertilizer Outlook:  Domestic Prices Strengthen as Texans Get in the Field

DTN Fertilizer Outlook: Domestic Prices Strengthen as Texans Get in the Field

πŸ‘€By Karl Stenerson DTN Fertilizer Columnist 🕔Feb 3, 2017

Here is a breakdown of wholesale prices and trends by the various fertilizers: AMMONIA International: International ammonia prices continued to be pushed up by tight nearby availability with no spot metric tons available in either the Baltic or Black Sea

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