Will Cotton Prices Follow The Grain Market?

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Cotton Futures--- Cotton futures were very quiet this Friday afternoon in New York trading right around 84.50 in a directionless trend basically trading sideways for the last several weeks trading below its 20 & 100 day moving average as the USDA lowered U.S production slightly but increased worldwide supplies in last week’s report.

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