Rising consumer demand could help cotton prices move back above 80 cents


Cotton prices seemingly have been stuck in a narrow trading  range above 70 cents. But that doesn’t mean they will stay that way given the  “very strong” demand for cotton outside of China. Cotton marketing specialist  Dr. O.A. Cleveland talked about the outlook for China’s cotton reserve program  and the impact of recovering demand for textile products in this interview  that followed his presentation on the cotton market at the Beltwide Cotton  Conferences in San Antonio.


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