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DTN Morning Cotton Commentary
Duane Howell DTN Contributing Cotton Analyst
Mon Jul 6, 2015 08:25 AM CDT

Cotton futures ticked lower in benchmark December Monday as trading resumed following a long holiday weekend amid a stronger U.S. dollar index and mostly weaker global equities after Greece solidly rejected terms set by its international creditors.

December hovered off 44 points to 66.95 cents at 8 a.m. CDT, trading within a 67-point range from 67.29 to 66.62 cents on a contract volume of 3,146 lots. It posted the high in the early minutes of overnight dealings.

In outside markets, Dow Jones futures fell 159 points and S&P futures 16.75 points, while dollar index futures gained 0.380 to 96.670, crude ...

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