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For flavor, most of 2015 prices are listed below.
A regression model, like the one located here can give insight into how prices, on average, would react given a change in one or more fundamental supply or demand factors. A proper interpretation of this price model would be:
“Over the last number of years, if cotton supply and demand were at their current levels, we would – on average – expect the US price of cotton to be approximately: ____ cents.”
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As a side note, this model does not attempt to forecast the future direction or level of cotton prices. I believe most people’s pockets are not as deep as the market’s when it come to questions about what the market “should” be doing.
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December 2015 CPM: 55.4 cents, U.S.
November 2015 CPM: 56.3 cents, U.S.
October 2015 CPM: 58.3 cents, U.S.
September 2015 CPM: 60.1 cents, U.S.
August 2015 CPM: 62.2 cents, U.S. (Model Change)
August 2015 CPM: 60.6 cents, U.S.
July 2015 CPM: 55.6 cents, U.S.
June 2015 CPM: 62.6 cents, U.S.
May 2015 CPM: 55.4 cents, U.S.
April 2015 CPM: 59.4 cents, U.S.
March 2015 CPM: 60.3 cents, U.S.
February 2015 CPM: 60.8 cents, U.S.
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