Cotton Trading Manual by Terry Townsend

By Terry Townsend

Cotton buying and selling guide (CTM) is the 1st paintings to supply a entire reference resource to the behavior of the advanced foreign cotton industry. CTM starts off via taking a look at the background of the cotton exchange, after which strikes directly to examine the present worldwide photo, together with a dialogue of tendencies available in the market, in addition to construction and intake research. The 3rd and fourth components specialise in buying and selling in actual cotton and futures respectively. eventually, the final part offers with administrative and administration concerns in the cotton alternate as a complete, akin to contracts, coverage and danger administration. CTM is an essential sensible significant other for all these concerned with buying and selling during this commodity.

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Thirdly, cotton is the first ‘global’ agricultural commodity in the sense that since the mid-nineteenth century its price has been determined in various cotton exchanges in response to world supply and demand conditions; hence one can argue for the existence of two-century-long global cotton market. This chapter focuses on the socio-economic events that shaped the evolution of the world cotton market. 1). The first period, referred to as the early history of cotton, goes up to 1600 when the British East India Company initiated regular trade of goods (including cotton) from India to England.

Use of improved varieties, fertilizers, pesticides, irrigation and mechanized harvesting pushed world cotton yields from 200 kg per hectare in the mid-1940s to 575 kg/ha by the end of the century, an almost three-fold increase. More recent advances in precision farming and genetically modified seed technology have further reduced costs of production (and hence prices). Despite low cotton prices, fierce competition from synthetics has lowered the share of Chapter 1/page 2 History of the cotton trade from origin cotton in total fiber consumption; the share during the 1990s was the same as that of the 1820s (wool and linen being the main competitor fibers then).

5% of global output and it exported only 73 tons. In 1834, its cotton output exceeded 200 000 tons, accounting for more than half of global output, a dominant position that it maintained throughout the remainder of the century. The trade of cotton also increased enormously during this period, aided in part by the transition from sail ship to steam ship, which halved the time it took to cross the Atlantic. England, on the other hand, by reaping the benefits of the industrial revolution, became the world’s dominant textile producer and exporter.

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