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How Low Can They Go? COVID-19 Isn’t the Only Threat to Cotton Prices

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Already depressed cotton prices could go even lower if demand bottoms out from coronavirus pandemic disruptions and the U.S. and China revive their trade dispute, Cotton Incorporated said in a new report. Cotton Inc. said the evolving global situation is putting increased pressure on prices that have declined over the past month. The New York futures…

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