Cotton is testing higher prices, as weather factors continue to restrict availability of U.S. premium quality high grades.
Dr. O.A. Cleveland believes the market has bottomed out in the expected 74-75 cent area and is now working its way back to 80 cents – and the birth of a new bull.
Hurricanes and open cotton just don’t mix. But Dr. Don Shurley says market fundamentals remain sound, even in the face of uncertainty.