Cotton futures traded slightly mixed Thursday after U.S. weekly upland export sales came in about as mostly expected.
Most-active May hovered up 12 points to 65.67 cents at 8:05 a.m. CST, trading within a 57-point range from 65.78 to 65.21 cents on a contract volume of 1,961 lots. It remained within the overnight range.
Maturing March dipped 15 points to 65.37 cents, July eked up three points to 65.93 cents and December dropped 20 points to 66.10 cents.
Net upland export commitments for shipment this season rose to 71,400 running bales from net cancellations of 69,700 RB the previous week ...