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DTN Closing Cotton Commentary
Duane Howell DTN Contributing Cotton Analyst
Fri Jan 17, 2014 03:01 PM CST

Cotton futures finished on another new high close for the move Friday and extended a winning streak to five sessions in a row ahead of a three-day weekend.

Spot March closed up 61 points to 86.80 cents, above Thursday's intraday high and again its highest settlement since Oct. 4. It settled in the upper third of the day's 125-point range from down 30 points at 85.89 cents to up 95 points at 87.14 cents.

May gained 65 points to 87.05 cents, July rose 49 points to 86.36 cents and December added 21 points to 79.88 cents after touching an intraday ...

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