DTN Closing Cotton Commentary
Duane Howell DTN Contributing Cotton Analyst
Tue Nov 19, 2013 03:15 PM CST

Cotton futures settled slightly lower Tuesday, consolidating near the lows of the recent range in most-active March.

March eased 15 points to close at 77.56 cents, 10 points above Thursday's low settlement for the move. It traded within a tight 64-point band, from down 27 points at 77.44 cents to up 37 points at 78.08 cents.

March bounced after slipping below lows of the previous two sessions, but the high stalled shy of the prior-day peak for the ninth time in a row as fund selling kept the upside limited.

December settled down 49 points to 75.88 cents, a new ...

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