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DTN Closing Cotton Commentary
Fri Jul 31, 2015 02:00 PM CDT

OUTSIDE MARKETS

The U.S. stock market moved higher even as weakness was seen in the energy sector and China experienced their worst trading month in six years. The grain complex saw little incentive to trade in positive territory; temporary support for soybean prices was all but lost when China canceled 200,000 tons of old crop from U.S.

GENERAL COMMENTS

After trading lower during the overnight session, cotton caught a bid ahead of the grain open and pushed almost 100 points higher before settling at 64.21 cents (+0.66). Favorable rains fell across the Northern Plains in ...

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