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Cotton market looking like a 9-headed hydraCotton market looking like a 9-headed hydra
Cotton prices have reached nearly mythological proportions lately. December 2010 futures spiked to $1.51 a pound on Nov. 9 before profit-taking took them back into the mid-$1.40s by Nov. 11.U.S. cotton prices still have a ways to go before achieving the price levels seen in China in 2010. They’ve reached well over $2 a pound, according to Stevens.
|Jul 23 Corn||615.25|
|Mar 23 Oats||340.25|
|Jan 23 Class III Milk||19.43|
|Jan 23 Soybean||1538.25|
|Aug 23 Soybean||1417.5|
|Jan 23 Feeder Cattle||179.57|
|Jan 23 Ethanol Futures||2.161||unch —||2.161||2.161||2.161||06:00 AM|
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Futures: at least 10 minute delayed. Information is provided ‘as is’ and solely for informational purposes, not for trading purposes or advice.
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