The global economy experienced a series of shocks over the past several years, and this has been a contributor to volatility in economic conditions and financial markets—including cotton.
After extreme volatility over the past couple years, the cotton market has settled into a lower trading range. However, the market is in transition, with growers around the world deciding which crops to plant.
Listen in as Cotton Incorporated’s Senior Economist Jon Devine discusses forecasts for planted acreage in the U.S. and around the world and analyzes the production outlook for 2023/24.
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