DTN Closing Cotton Commentary
Duane Howell DTN Contributing Cotton Analyst
Fri Apr 17, 2015 02:48 PM CDT

Cotton futures extended a losing streak to four-sessions in a row Friday, triggering sell-stops on the way down as most-active July fell to its largest one-day point loss since March 10.

July settled down 129 points to 63.29 cents, barely off the low of its 170-point range from up 38 points at 64.96 to down 132 points at 63.26 cents. It closed on its lowest finish since April 2.

May, where there now are only four trading sessions until first notice day, settled even with July at 63.29 cents, down 70 points, while December dropped 98 points to 63.64 cents.


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