Cotton futures dip 0.47% to Rs 20,960 per bale on low demand

 Cotton fates fell insignificantly to Rs 20,960 for each bundle on January 11 as members managed their situations as seen from open interest. Cotton costs had acquired 1.40 percent a week ago on the MCX. 

Cotton prospects pared gains after a positive open in the early evening meeting, following shortcoming in ICE Cotton fates and in front of USDA's WASDE report. 

Mohit Vyas, Analyst at Kotak Securities, stated, "Bearish components like restricted purchasing by homegrown mill operators and Cotton Association of India expanding India cotton stock gauges likewise burdened fates." 

Cotton Association of India expanded Indian cotton yield gauges for 2020-21 season to 358.50 lakh parcels (170 kg) against 356 lakh bunches fixed beforehand. 

Indian cotton exchanges at 11 percent markdown from Cotlook A costs of 86.55 pennies as on January 7. 


In the fates market, cotton for January conveyance contacted an intraday high of Rs 21,130 and an intraday low of Rs 20,920 for every bundle on the MCX. So far in the current arrangement, the product has contacted a low of Rs 19,340 and a high of Rs 21,340. 

Cotton fates for January conveyance dropped Rs 100, or 0.47 percent, to Rs 20,960 for every bunch at 16:24 hours IST on a business turnover of 4,276 parcels. The equivalent for the February contract facilitated Rs 90, or 0.42 percent at Rs 21,230 for each bunch with a business volume of 1,084 parts. 

The estimation of January and February's agreements exchanged so far is Rs 57.85 crore and Rs 34.22 crore separately. 

Despite the fact that a superior fare viewpoint is probably going to help cotton from lower levels going ahead, we anticipate that cotton should exchange range-bound with negative inclination till WASDE report in the midst of expanded cotton creation and stock assessments for India, said Kotak Securities. 

At 10:59 (GMT), US cotton fates were down 0.66 percent citing at 79.24 pennies/beat on Intercontinental Exchange.

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