Us: The Epidemic Affected Us Cotton Shipment Overseas Demand Overall Flat

- Feb 25, 2020-

From February 14 to 20, 2020, the average spot price of standard grade in the seven domestic markets of the United States was 63.65 cents per pound, down 0.02 cents per pound from the previous week and 3.23 cents per pound from the same period last year.

In the same week, 31,723 packages were traded on the seven domestic spot markets, for a total of 1303,345 packages this year.


Spot prices are stable in all regions of the U.S. spot prices are stable in all regions of the U.S. spot prices are stable in all regions of the U.S. spot prices are stable in all regions of the U.S. spot prices are stable in all regions of the U.S. spot prices are stable in all regions of the U.S.

Cotton traders are concerned that the outbreak has reduced the number of workers at foreign ports and limited the number of empty containers coming back.


During the week, domestic textile mills in the United States made some inquiries about grade 4 cotton shipped in the third and fourth quarters. Most of the mills maintained stock until the summer, and the demand for ring spinning and gas spinning was normal.

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