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DTN Closing Cotton Commentary
Duane Howell DTN Contributing Cotton Analyst
Fri Apr 11, 2014 03:32 PM CDT

Old-crop cotton futures finished flat to slightly higher in old-crop contracts on a late rally Friday, while December posted a new high close for the move.

Spot May settled unchanged at 89.02 cents, rallying from a new month-plus low at 88.63 cents to the session high at 90.01 cents and settling in the lower third of the 138-point range.

Most-liquid July edged up 16 points to close at 90.45 cents, also around the lower third of its 128-point range from down 27 points at 90.02 cents -- a 13-session low -- to up 101 points at 91.30 cents.

December closed ...

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