Modest change in cotton rates

News Tags: 000 bales of cotton changed hands, active buying by mills, cotton bales, Cotton market, Cotton rates move up modestly, Karachi cotton exchange, official spot rate remained unchanged, over 20, ready session, trading process

Karachi
Modest change in cotton rates
Summary: 
Cotton rates to move up modestly on the cotton market on Wednesday during the trading process with active buying by mills, dealers said. The official spot rate remained unchanged at Rs 6,600. In ready session, over 20,000 bales of cotton changed hands between Rs 6250-7000.

Cotton rates to move up modestly on the cotton market on Wednesday during the trading process with active buying by mills, dealers said. The official spot rate remained unchanged at Rs 6,600. In ready session, over 20,000 bales of cotton changed hands between Rs 6250-7000.

While, in Sindh, seed cotton prices were same at Rs 2700-3200, in the Punjab, rates also held the overnight levels at Rs 2700-3300, as per 40 kg.

https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/252955-cotton-unchanged
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Trading activity at cotton market witnessed steady trend

News Tags: active trading was recorded, cotton bales, Cotton market, helped rates, Karachi cotton exchange, keep present levels, lack of quality lint, process of trading on Wednesday, propelled mills and spinners to keep buying, Renewed buying interest, spot rates remained unchanged

Karachi
Trading activity at cotton market witnessed steady trend
Summary: 
Renewed buying interest at the cotton market helped the rates to keep present levels in the process of trading on Wednesday, as per dealers. At the Karachi Cotton Exchange, active trading was recorded, while spot rates remained unchanged at Rs6,600/maund (37.324kg) and Rs7,073/40kg. Ex-Karachi rates also remained unchanged at Rs6,745/maund and Rs7,228/40kg after an addition of Rs145 and Rs155 as upcountry expenses, respectively.

Renewed buying interest at the cotton market helped the rates to keep present levels in the process of trading on Wednesday, as per dealers. At the Karachi Cotton Exchange, active trading was recorded, while spot rates remained unchanged at Rs6,600/maund (37.324kg) and Rs7,073/40kg. Ex-Karachi rates also remained unchanged at Rs6,745/maund and Rs7,228/40kg after an addition of Rs145 and Rs155 as upcountry expenses, respectively.

In Sindh, seed cotton prices were same at Rs 2800-3350, in the Punjab, rates were at Rs 2800-3500, as per 40 kg, dealers said.

https://fp.brecorder.com/2017/11/20171130323215/
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Shortage of lint cotton likely to push rates higher

News Tags: 500, Coming days due to the rising fear, Cotton market, entered into import contracts, export consignments, lint cotton shortage, Many spinners were keen to import cotton, official spot rate picked up, prices are likely to be pushed higher, Rs 100 to Rs 6, seed cotton prices up

Karachi
Shortage of lint cotton likely to push rates higher
Summary: 
In the coming days due to the rising fear for lint cotton shortage, the prices are likely to be pushed higher on the cotton market, dealers said on Monday. The official spot rate picked up Rs 100 to Rs 6,500.

In the coming days due to the rising fear for lint cotton shortage, the prices are likely to be pushed higher on the cotton market, dealers said on Monday. The official spot rate picked up Rs 100 to Rs 6,500.

In the ready session, over 10,000 bales of cotton changed hands between Rs 5950-6800, while in Sindh seed cotton prices were at Rs 2700-3200, in the Punjab rates were at Rs 2800-3300, as per 40 kg, dealers said.

https://fp.brecorder.com/2017/11/20171121236933/
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Moderate cotton trading witnessed amid firm physical prices

News Tags: amid fine grades of lint in focus, blending purposes, cotton bales, Cotton market, Demand for better grades of cotton, Moderate cotton trading witnessed, reinforce long positions, remained on higher side, spinners purchased commodity, trading session in Sindh and Punjab stations

Karachi
Moderate cotton trading witnessed amid firm physical prices
Summary: 
Moderate cotton trading witnessed amid fine grades of lint in focus, during trading session in Sindh and Punjab stations. Demand for better grades of cotton remained on the higher side during trading session and spinners purchased the commodity for blending purposes as well as to reinforce their long positions.

Moderate cotton trading witnessed amid fine grades of lint in focus, during trading session in Sindh and Punjab stations. Demand for better grades of cotton remained on the higher side during trading session and spinners purchased the commodity for blending purposes as well as to reinforce their long positions.

Buyers made deals for all grades of cotton that kept market’s bottom line prices firm. Buyers also made forward deals for second grade of lint at around Rs 6,425-Rs 6,450 per maund.

https://dailytimes.com.pk/136319/cotton-trading-remains-moderate-amid-firm-physical-prices-2/
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Aggressive buying of quality lint by spinner witnessed at cotton market

News Tags: Aggressive buying, Cotton market, domestic and world market, keep spinners active, keeping trading activity brisk, quality lint, rising demand for cotton yarn, rush due to latest cotton production figures, seed cotton, Spinners, Spinners purchased much more this season, sudden dip in phutti arrival of phutti

Karachi
Aggressive buying of quality lint by spinner witnessed at cotton market
Summary: 
Aggressive buying of quality lint by spinners was witnessed at cotton market on Friday keeping trading activity brisk. A broker said that the rush could be due to the latest cotton production figures which have shown a sudden dip in phutti arrival of phutti (seed cotton).

Aggressive buying of quality lint by spinners was witnessed at cotton market on Friday keeping trading activity brisk. A broker said that the rush could be due to the latest cotton production figures which have shown a sudden dip in phutti arrival of phutti (seed cotton).

Apparently, spinners are not willing to take any risks and readily entered into deals even at higher rates. A salient feature of cotton trading was that most deals were of good quality, big lots.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1368193
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Cotton market witnessed prices soaring to two month high

News Tags: 550 per maund on Thursday, another factor behind buying rush, coming weeks, cotton bales, Cotton market, imminent rupee devaluation, KCA, market talks suggest, millers fearing shortage of quality lint, price soared to two-month high, Rs6, spot rate, witnessed panic buying

Karachi
Cotton market witnessed prices soaring to two month high
Summary: 
Cotton market witnessed panic buying by millers fearing shortage of quality lint in coming weeks as the result pri¬ce soared to two-month high of Rs6,550 per maund on Thursday. However, market talks suggest of imminent rupee devaluation as another factor behind the buying rush.

Cotton market witnessed panic buying by millers fearing shortage of quality lint in coming weeks as the result pri¬ce soared to two-month high of Rs6,550 per maund on Thursday. However, market talks suggest of imminent rupee devaluation as another factor behind the buying rush.

Phutti (seed-cotton) arrivals remained robust meeting demand for quality cotton from spinners. The intense demand for cotton from spinners could well be judged for the fact that they purchased around 1.1 to 1.2 million bales more over the same period last year.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1366471
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Trading activity remains slow on cotton market

News Tags: buying the commodity, Cotton market, ginners not ready to lower prices. keeping trading activity slow, higher rate, spinners showed reluctance, strong demand for quality cotton, Textile Industry

Karachi
Trading activity remains slow on cotton market
Summary: 
At cotton market, spinners showed reluctance in buying the commodity at a higher rate as ginners were not ready to lower prices keeping trading activity slow on Thursday.

At cotton market, spinners showed reluctance in buying the commodity at a higher rate as ginners were not ready to lower prices keeping trading activity slow on Thursday.

Though there was strong demand for quality cotton, ginners refused to lower prices which restricted trading activity. Growers were also keeping phutti (seed cotton) on higher side.

Market sources said that growers – who have already sold almost half of their cotton crop in a short period of two months – feel financially strong and are not in a hurry to dispose of the remaining crop.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1364852/sluggish-activity-on-cotton-market
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Buying of second grade lint remained on higher side

News Tags: Buyers made forward deals, buyers and sellers, buying of second grade lint, cotton bales, Cotton market, looking for better grades, month's delivery period, on higher side, remained busy in price wars, second grade of cotton, stable physical prices, trading session

Karachi
Buying of second grade lint remained on higher side
Summary: 
Trading session at cotton market witnessed buying of second grade lint on the higher side with stable physical prices. Buyers also made forward deals for a month's delivery period in second grade of cotton. On the other hand buyers and sellers looking for better grades remained busy in price wars to make deals.

Trading session at cotton market witnessed buying of second grade lint on the higher side with stable physical prices. Buyers also made forward deals for a month's delivery period in second grade of cotton. On the other hand buyers and sellers looking for better grades remained busy in price wars to make deals.

Most deals for second grade of lint changed hands at around Rs 6,500 per maund, during trading session in Punjab and Sindh stations. Raw grades of lint changed hands at Rs 5,975-Rs 6,000 per maund, depending on trash level during trading session.

http://dailytimes.com.pk/business/13-Oct-17/buying-in-lint-market-remains-steady
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Firm trading activity witnessed at cotton market

News Tags: Buyers bought better grades of lint, cotton bales, Cotton market, forward deal, higher than market physical prices, improved demand from garments, KCE, Punjab and Sindh stations, raw grade of lint, sellers in the driving seat, spot rate, textile made up exporters, Trading activity remained firm, trading session

Karachi
Firm trading activity witnessed at cotton market
Summary: 
Trading activity remained firm at cotton market as buyers bought better grades of lint on higher than market physical prices during trading session in Punjab and Sindh stations, keeping sellers in the driving seat.

Trading activity remained firm at cotton market as buyers bought better grades of lint on higher than market physical prices during trading session in Punjab and Sindh stations, keeping sellers in the driving seat.

Buyers made deals in better and second grade of cotton on shrinking stocks. Spinners bought second grade of lint at around Rs 6,500-Rs 6,525 per maund, in parts of Sindh and Punjab stations.

http://dailytimes.com.pk/business/11-Oct-17/cotton-market--witnesses-firm-trading-
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Order flow from spinners and exporters kept prices firm on cotton market

News Tags: arrival of seed cotton, Cotton market, Cotton picking, cotton prices firm, cotton producing districts, flow of buying orders, ginning units, ICAC, KCA, kept rising on strong demand, Pakistan expected to see rise in cotton consumption, spinners and exporters, spot rate, trading activity, world cotton production

Karachi
Order flow from spinners and exporters kept prices firm on cotton market
Summary: 
As the day progressed trading activity kept rising on strong demand and flow of buying orders from spinners and exporters kept cotton prices firm on Wednesday. Pakistan is expected to be one of the few countries in the world where cotton consumption would rise this year.

As the day progressed trading activity kept rising on strong demand and flow of buying orders from spinners and exporters kept cotton prices firm on Wednesday. Pakistan is expected to be one of the few countries in the world where cotton consumption would rise this year.

Cotton picking has started in most cotton producing districts of Punjab while many ginning units have also stated their operations. In coming days there is a possibility that higher arrival of phutti (seed cotton) could put cotton prices under pressure.

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