We have updated our Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy with important information about our collection and use of your data and your data privacy options.

Articles

Articles

Supply Chain

Reaching Consumers In Spite of Inflation

It’s hard to say which is a bigger topic in the daily news: inflation or the blistering weather. One thing for sure is they both seem inescapable, with inflation now…

Read More

Supply Chain

Beyond COVID Demand & Prices

  Supply Chain Insights – Beyond COVID Demand & Prices

Read More

Consumers

10 Facts About COVID-19 & Consumer Concerns

The response to COVID-19 is altering American life. Social distancing, working remotely, when possible, and the shift of education from public schools to the privacy of living rooms and kitchen…

Read More

Supply Chain

Monthly Economic Letter January 2020

RECENT PRICE MOVEMENT Indian and Pakistani prices were stable over the past month.  Other benchmark prices increased. The nearby March NY futures contract increased from 65 to 71 cents/lb. The…

Read More

Supply Chain

Monthly Economic Report September 2019

The latest USDA report featured decreases to world production and mill-use figures.  The global harvest forecast for 2019/20 dropped 709,000 bales to 124.9 million, and the consumption forecast fell 1.3…

Read More

Supply Chain

Monthly Economic Letter August 2019

The latest USDA report featured a slight decrease to the 2019/20 production forecast (-179,000 bales, from 125.8 to 125.6 million) and a larger decrease in the projection for world mill-use…

Read More

Supply Chain

Monthly Economic Letter June 2019

This USDA’s May supply and demand report is the first to feature a complete set of forecasts for an upcoming crop year.  The figures for 2019/20 suggest growth in both…

Read More

Supply Chain

Monthly Economic Letter May 2019

This USDA’s May supply and demand report is the first to feature a complete set of forecasts for an upcoming crop year. The figures for 2019/20 suggest growth in both…

Read More

Supply Chain

Monthly Economic Letter March 2019

This month’s USDA report featured little change. The global harvest estimate for 2018/19 rose 440,000 bales (to 118.9 million). The global mill-use estimate decreased 50,000 bales (essentially unchanged at 123.6…

Read More

Supply Chain

Monthly Economic Letter February 2019

Most cotton prices were stable over the past month. Chinese prices moved slightly higher. Indian prices moved slightly lower.

Read More