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DTN Closing Cotton Commentary
Duane Howell DTN Contributing Cotton Analyst
Wed Jun 25, 2014 03:09 PM CDT

Cotton futures fell to a new low for the move in most-active December and closed with a triple-digit loss for the second straight day Wednesday.

December shed 123 points to settle at 75.26 cents, in the lower quarter of its 178-point range from up 32 points at 76.81 to down 146 points at 75.03 cents. It closed 948 points or 11.2% below its May 8 high.

Maturing July closed off a point at 81.80 cents, also in the lower reaches of its 250-point range from 83.75 to 81.25 cents and a new low finish since December. The last trading day ...

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