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DTN Closing Cotton Commentary
Duane Howell DTN Contributing Cotton Analyst
Fri Jun 21, 2013 02:53 PM CDT

Cotton futures settled mixed Friday as December closed at 14-session low and July inverted to finish with the only gain.

Most-active December settled lower for the fifth session in a row, closing off 72 points to 84.64 cents after trading from up 10 ticks at 85.46 cents to down 104 points at 84.32 cents. It settled at its lowest close since June 3, losing 480 points or 5.4% for the week.

July touched its session high in the late going and settled up a modest 23 points to 85.15 cents, in the upper third of its 138-point range from down ...

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