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,...
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...
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...
Monthly Economic Letter April 2019
This month’s USDA report included only marginal changes to global production, consumption, and trade estimates. The world production number increased just 45,000 bales,...
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...
Monthly Economic Letter February 2019
Most cotton prices were stable over the past month. Chinese prices moved slightly higher. Indian prices moved slightly lower.
Monthly Economic Letter January 2019
NY futures and the A Index decreased throughout December before stabilizing in January. Chinese and Pakistani prices were stable over the past month....
Monthly Economic Letter December 2018
Movement in global cotton prices was mixed over the past month, with values for NY futures moving slightly higher, values for Chinese prices moving...
Consumer Outlook Good (For Now)
While shoppers have been spending well over the holidays, analysts expect to see a slowdown in certain sectors of the economy come the New...
Monthly Economic Letter March 2018
Movement in international benchmark prices was mixed over the past month, with NY futures and the A Index increasing, South Asian prices flat to...
Heading into Summer
The lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer are just about here… so now will shoppers come...
Ready For Action
The NFL’s Super Bowl brings people together for one day each year to celebrate that most...
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