This week’s Cotton Newsline is 4 cuts. All cuts are Gary Adams, Vice President of Economics and Policy Analysis for the National Cotton Council.
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The National Cotton Council’s economist, Gary Adams, says a tight supply and demand situation coupled with continued pressure from competing crops for the coming year is consistent with cotton prices above historical norms.
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Adams says the current price situation has support from the fundamentals.
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Adams says looking ahead into 2011 an increase in international cotton production is expected.
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According to Adams there will be only a modest increase in stocks by the end of the 2011 marketing year, going from approximately 42.4 million bales to 44.6 million bales.