Cotton and Wool Outlook: June 2012
by Leslie Meyer
, Stephen MacDonald
, and James Kiawu
Outlook No. (CWS-12d) 15 pp, June 2012
The latest U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) projections for 2012/13 indicate that
world cotton stocks are expected to rise for the third consecutive season, reaching a new
record. Global ending stocks are currently projected at 74.5 million bales for 2012/13,
nearly 11 percent or 7.2 million bales above 2011/12 (fig. 1).
Keywords: forecast, imports, exports, textile, fiber, supply & use, bales, cotton, trade deficit, ERS, Economic Research Service, USDA, United States Department of Agriculture, Cotton and Wool Outlook
In this publication...
- Entire report, 192 kb
- Table 1--U.S. cotton supply and use estimates , 37 kb
- Table 2--World cotton supply and use estimates , 34 kb
- Table 3--U.S. fiber supply, 35 kb
- Table 4--U.S. fiber demand , 31 kb
- Table 5--U.S. and world fiber prices , 33 kb
- Table 6--U.S. textile imports, by fiber , 29 kb
- Table 7--U.S. textile exports, by fiber , 30 kb
- Table 8--U.S. cotton textile imports, by origin , 36 kb
- Table 9--U.S. cotton textile exports, by destination, 30 kb
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