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Weekly world market price for upland cotton

The U.S. Agriculture Department on Thursday set the prevailing adjusted world price (AWP) for upland cotton at 43.80 cents per lb. Due to technical issues, the department's Farm Service Agency was unable to issue a full statement listing the indi...

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The U.S. Agriculture Department on Thursday set the prevailing adjusted world price (AWP) for upland cotton at 43.80 cents per lb.

Due to technical issues, the department's Farm Service Agency was unable to issue a full statement listing the individual price terms used to factor the AWP, a spokesperson said.

The AWP, scheduled for release on Thursdays at 4 p.m. Eastern time, is adjusted to U.S. quality and location for Strict Low Middling, 1-1/16 inch upland cotton. The next announcement is expected to be released on March 17.

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