ICE Cotton Future Analysis 1st July to 25th July

To analyze the given ICE Cotton Futures report, we can observe the prices and daily price changes for different contract months (Oct’23, Dec’23, Mar’24, and May’24) over a period of time (from 3rd July 2023 to 25th July 2023).

Let’s break down the analysis step by step:

Initial Prices (3rd July 2023):

  • Oct’23: $82.56
  • Dec’23: $81.41
  • Mar’24: $81.24
  • May’24: $81.34

Daily Price Changes:

The values in the table represent the daily price changes for each respective contract month. Positive values indicate an increase in price, while negative values indicate a decrease in price.

Price Trends:

  • From 3rd July to 5th July, there was a decline in prices for all contract months.
  • On 6th July, prices increased for Oct’23 and Dec’23, while there was a slight decrease for Mar’24 and May’24.
  • On 7th July, prices decreased for all contract months.
  • From 10th July to 14th July, prices declined continuously for all contract months.
  • From 17th July to 25th July, prices consistently increased for all contract months.

Largest Daily Gains (25th July 2023):

  • Oct’23: $2.97
  • Dec’23: $1.91
  • Mar’24: $1.84
  • May’24: $1.63

Largest Daily Losses (7th July 2023):

  • Oct’23: -$1.82
  • Dec’23: $1.29
  • Mar’24: $1.19
  • May’24: $1.08

Overall Price Change during the period:

  • Oct’23: Increased by $5.99 (from $82.56 to $88.55)
  • Dec’23: Increased by $5.66 (from $81.41 to $87.07)
  • Mar’24: Increased by $5.75 (from $81.24 to $86.99)
  • May’24: Increased by $5.39 (from $81.34 to $86.73)


The ICE Cotton Futures prices experienced significant fluctuations during the given period, with both upward and downward trends.

The contract months show similar patterns of price changes, indicating a correlation in their movements.

Potential Factors:

The prices of cotton futures can be influenced by various factors, such as weather conditions affecting cotton production, global demand and supply dynamics, government policies, trade relations, and economic conditions in cotton-producing and consuming countries.

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