Physical prices remain firm on demand at cotton market

News Tags: buyers purchased better grades, cotton seed, demand of better, KCA, major stations of Punjab and Sindh, physical prices strong, second grade of cotton, slightly higher price, spot rate, Trading sessio

Karachi
Physical prices remain firm on demand at cotton market
Summary: 
During the trading session in major stations of Punjab and Sindh, the demand of better and second grade of cotton kept physical prices strong. Buyers purchased better grades of cotton at a slightly higher price at around Rs 7,550 per maund to Rs 7,625 per maund.

During the trading session in major stations of Punjab and Sindh, the demand of better and second grade of cotton kept physical prices strong. Buyers purchased better grades of cotton at a slightly higher price at around Rs 7,550 per maund to Rs 7,625 per maund.

Buyers bought the commodity at a premium price while ginners made deals for second grade of lint in anticipating paucity in the forthcoming trading sessions at the lint market.

The physical prices would likely remain firm on paucity of better grades arrival of phutti (cottonseed) in ginneries.

https://dailytimes.com.pk/179100/physical-prices-remain-firm-demand-trading-cotton-market/
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Cotton market witness active trading

News Tags: buyers preferred maintaining inventories, cotton bale, Cotton market, fibre traders, ginning units, KCA, KCE, leading buyers struck down forward deals, made deals for better grades, month period in anticipation, possible increase in better stuff prices, slightly higher price, spot rate

Karachi
Cotton market witness active trading
Summary: 
At the cotton market, buyers preferred maintaining their inventories by making deals for better grades on slightly higher price. However leading buyers struck down forward deals for a month period in anticipation of any possible increase in better stuff prices, fibre traders said.

At the cotton market, buyers preferred maintaining their inventories by making deals for better grades on slightly higher price. However leading buyers struck down forward deals for a month period in anticipation of any possible increase in better stuff prices, fibre traders said.

According to senior trader, Ghulam Rabbani, sellers withholding better grades of lint remained in driving seat as buyers were in need of fine grades.
The buying for second grade stuff remained in limelight and deals concluded at around Rs 6,575 per maund to Rs 6,600 per maund.

https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/225243-Cotton-unchanged
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Shrinking better cotton grades keeps prices stable

News Tags: amid firm physical prices, blending prupose, buyers also bought second grade of line, Buyers bought better grades of lint, during trading session on lint market, fast depleting of better grades of lint, forward deals were made, inanticipating increase in general prices, KCA, KCE, slightly higher price, spot rate

Karachi
Shrinking better cotton grades keeps prices stable
Summary: 
Buyers bought better grades of lint on slightly higher price amid firm physical prices besides forward deals were made in anticipating increase in general prices and on fast depleting of better grades of lint during trading session on lint market. During the trading session, buyers also bought second grade of line at around Rs6,650 per maund for blending purpose.

Buyers bought better grades of lint on slightly higher price amid firm physical prices besides forward deals were made in anticipating increase in general prices and on fast depleting of better grades of lint during trading session on lint market. During the trading session, buyers also bought second grade of line at around Rs6,650 per maund for blending purpose.

The Karachi Cotton Association (KCA) kept the spot rate at Rs 6,200 per maund.

http://dailytimes.com.pk/business/14-Jul-17/scarcity-of-better-cotton-grades-keeps-prices-firm
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Buyers seen making deals for better grade at lint market

News Tags: Buyers made deals for better grades of lint, forward deals also changed hands, grade selective, growing demand of end textile made up products, Karachi Cotton Association, shrinking fine lint, slightly higher price, spot rate, Steady physical prices, trading at lint market

Karachi
Buyers seen making deals for better grade at lint market
Summary: 
With steady physical prices trading at lint market remained grade selective, buyers made deals for better grades of lint on slightly higher price besides forward deals also changed hands.

With steady physical prices trading at lint market remained grade selective, buyers made deals for better grades of lint on slightly higher price besides forward deals also changed hands.

Floor brokers said that during the trading session, buyers made deals for all grades besides deals for better and second grade of lint for blending purpose remained firm and deals changed hands at around Rs 6,600 per maund to Rs 6,700 per maund.

http://dailytimes.com.pk/business/15-Jun-17/trading-at-lint-market-remain-grade-selective
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Moderate trading witnessed at lint market with physical prices firm

News Tags: better grades of lint, buyers made deals on slightly higher prices, domestic market, firm physical prices, Forward deals changed hands, Karachi Cotton Association, KCE, mills and spinners remained eager for quality lint, Moderate trading seen at the lint market, slightly higher price, trading activity remain slow

Karachi
Moderate trading witnessed at lint market with physical prices firm
Summary: 
Moderate trading seen at the lint market with firm physical prices, while buyers made deals on slightly higher prices. Forward deals also changed hands for better grades of lint on slightly higher price at around Rs6,600 per maund in Sindh and Punjab stations. The Karachi Cotton Association (KCA) kept the spot rate at Rs 6,700 per maund.

Moderate trading seen at the lint market with firm physical prices, while buyers made deals on slightly higher prices. Forward deals also changed hands for better grades of lint on slightly higher price at around Rs6,600 per maund in Sindh and Punjab stations. The Karachi Cotton Association (KCA) kept the spot rate at Rs 6,700 per maund.

According to floor brokers, buyers made deals for all grades besides deals for better and second grade of lint for blending purpose remained firm and deals changed hands at around Rs 6,575 per maund to Rs 7,000 per maund during the trading session.

https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/203870-Cotton-steadies
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Demand for better grades kept lint prices slightly higher

News Tags: buyers made deals for better lint grade, cotton trading, growing demand, KCA spot rates, of growing demand of yarn and cloth, Pakistan cotton market, Price fixation of cottonseed, remained firm, shrinking stocks, slightly higher price

Karachi
Demand for better grades kept lint prices slightly higher
Summary: 
Cotton trading at Pakistan cotton market remained firm as buyers made deals for better grade of lint on slightly higher price. The leading buyers also strengthen their long position by making deals for better grade lint,as per traders.

Cotton trading at Pakistan cotton market remained firm as buyers made deals for better grade of lint on slightly higher price. The leading buyers also strengthen their long position by making deals for better grade lint, as per traders.

Around 1,000 bales changed hands while fine quality cotton fetched better price around Rs 6,600 per maund.

The KCA spot rates remained strong at Rs 6,300 per maund. But some ready market deals changed hands below KCA's prevailing spot rates during the trading session.

http://dailytimes.com.pk/business/30-Nov-16/lint-price-remains-strong-on-demand-for-better-grades
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Fine grade lint remains in demand during trading session at cotton market

News Tags: buyers made deals for all grades, ginners of Punjab, ginners of Sindh offered low grade lint, KCA, offered cotton of all grades, Pakistan cotton market, slightly higher price, spot rate, textile sector, trading session

Karachi
Fine grade lint remains in demand during trading session at cotton market
Summary: 
During the trading session on cotton market, buyers made deals for all grades on slightly higher price at around Rs 5,000 per maund to Rs5,650 per maund and around 300 bales changed hands, said floor brokers.

During the trading session on cotton market, buyers made deals for all grades on slightly higher price at around Rs 5,000 per maund to Rs5,650 per maund and around 300 bales changed hands, said floor brokers.

The ginners of Punjab offered cotton of all grades to the buyers around Rs 5,000 per maund to Rs 5,150 per maund while ginners of Sindh offered low-grade lint to the buyers around Rs 4,975 per maund.

http://dailytimes.com.pk/business/24-May-16/fine-grade-lint--remains-in--demand-amid-firm-spot--rate
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Cotton market witnessed demand of fine grade lint

News Tags: buyers and sellers, buyers purchased, Cotton market, entangled in price war on second grade stuff, fine grade lint, ginning unit, KCA, making eals for fresh fine lots, slightly higher price, spinner and miller, spot rate remained firm, textile sector, three hundred bales changed hands, trading session

Karachi
Cotton market witnessed demand of fine grade lint
Summary: 
During the trading session at cotton market, buyers purchased fine grade lint on slightly higher price at around Rs5,000 per maund to Rs5,525 per maud. Around 300 bales changed hands, said floork brokers.

During the trading session at cotton market, buyers purchased fine grade lint on slightly higher price at around Rs5,000 per maund to Rs5,525 per maud. Around 300 bales changed hands, said floork brokers.

The Karachi Cotton Association (KCA) spot rate remained firm at Rs 5,650 per maund.

According to a senior trader, Ghulam Rabbani, buyers and sellers remained entangled in price war on second grade stuff and buyers bought grade at around Rs 5,375 per maund to cater their immediate need.

http://dailytimes.com.pk/business/03-May-16/fine-grade-lint-remains-in-demand-amid-firm-spot-rate
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Trading session saw selective buying in lint market keeping prices firm

News Tags: Cotton growers, cotton growing belt, Cotton market, grade conscious buyers, KCA, kept physical prices firm, selective buying, Sindh and Punjab spinners, slightly higher price, spot rate, trading session

Karachi
Trading session saw selective buying in lint market keeping prices firm
Summary: 
During the trading session grade-conscious buyers made deals on slightly higher price, while selective buying in lint market kept physical prices firm. Spinners in Sindh and Punjab stations bought all grades on cautious note as grade issue was continue. Traders offered all grades of lint on bargaining rates at around Rs 4,975 per maund to Rs 5,475 per maund in order to capitalize maximum returns on their proceeds on Friday.

During the trading session grade-conscious buyers made deals on slightly higher price, while selective buying in lint market kept physical prices firm. Spinners in Sindh and Punjab stations bought all grades on cautious note as grade issue was continue. Traders offered all grades of lint on bargaining rates at around Rs 4,975 per maund to Rs 5,475 per maund in order to capitalize maximum returns on their proceeds on Friday.

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