Buyers rushing to get hold of maximum lint quantity regardless its quality

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2017-12-13 14:00:00 – Karachi

Buyers initially seen chasing limited quantity of quality cotton realizing that under the developing scenario lint imports after rupee devaluation will become costlier. Buyers are rushing to get hold of maximum lint quantity, regardless of its quality at the cotton market on Tuesday which once again pushed cotton prices to a seasonal peak of Rs7,100 per maund.

The buyers were also not optimistic about imports of cotton from India since a large-scale pest attack has drastically slashed the crop size.

Cotton brokers said that the delay in allowing cotton imports from India has minimized the possibility of getting quality cotton because much of the high grade cotton would had been lifted by end of this month by Indian textile mills or exported.

The surge in cotton prices also had its implication over phutti (seed cotton) as both Sindh and Punjab qualities were quoted in the range of Rs2,800 to Rs3,400 per maund.

At the Karachi Cotton Assocaiton, spot rates were also revised upwards by Rs100 to Rs6,700 per maund.

The following major deals reported to have changed hands on ready counter were: 2,000 bales, Khairpur, at Rs6,500 to Rs6550; 1,000 bales, Saleh Pat, at Rs6,650 to Rs6,800; 1,400 bales, Rohri, at Rs6,650 to Rs6,700; 1,000 bales, Daharki, at Rs7,050 to Rs7,100; 1,800 bales, Ghotki, at Rs7,050 to Rs7,100; 600 bales, Mirpur Mathelo, at Rs7,050 to Rs7,100; 1,200 bales, Khairpur, at Rs6,500; 5,000 bales, Khanpur Maher, at Rs7,050; 3,200 bales, Rahimyar Khan, at Rs7,000 to Rs7,100; 2,200 bales, Sadiqabad, at Rs7,000 to Rs7,100; 1,000 bales, Kot Sabzal, at Rs7,100; 2,600 bales, Ahmedpur East, at Rs7,000; 1,000 bales, Dera Ghazi Khan, at Rs6,900; 2,800 bales, Bahawalpur, at Rs6,300 to Rs6,600; 2,600 bales, Faqirwali, at Rs6,450 to Rs6,475; 1,800 bales, Haroonabad, at Rs6,400 to Rs6,500; and 1,800 bales, Mianwali, at Rs6,350 to Rs6,675.

It is being estimated that cotton crop size would be around 11.5 million bales but lint quality is a major concern for the textile industry which still needs around 3m bales to meet the shortfall.

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