Historical Cotton On-Call

The Cotton On-Call Report shows the quantity of call cotton bought or sold on which the price has not been fixed, together with the respective futures on which the purchase or sale is based. Call cotton refers to physical cotton bought or sold, or contracted for purchase or sale at a price to be fixed later based upon a specified delivery month future’s price.

Weekly Report 14 - April 2, 2010

"On call" positions in spot cotton based on New York Cotton futures reported by merchants in special account status1 as of April 2, 2010 (in Contracts).

ISSN: 1945-3442



Futures
Based
On:

Call Cotton Based New York

Open Futures Contracts
ICE Futures U.S.

Unfixed Call Sales

Change From Previous Week

Unfixed Call Purchases

Change From Previous Week

At Close
04/01/2010

Change From Previous Week

May 2010

11,817  

-568 *

2,569  

-48  

92,216  

-2,340  

July 2010

24,394  

91  

530  

-26  

56,899  

8,587  

October 2010

1,608  

29  

9  

0  

213  

24  

December 2010

11,995  

-11  

6,768  

99  

39,359  

3,324  

March 2011

7,183  

141 *

478  

-20  

4,787  

1,013  

May 2011

4,460  

482 *

45  

-64  

105  

14  

July 2011

4,965  

246  

797  

-16  

1,960  

79  

October 2011

80  

0  

0  

0  

2  

0  

December 2011

2,816  

47  

434  

-90  

948  

51  

March 2012

350  

69  

0  

-39  

34  

0  

May 2012

427  

30  

5  

-88  

0  

0  

July 2012

313  

10  

0  

0  

0  

0  

December 2012

235  

0  

14  

14  

88  

20  

March 2013

185  

0  

0  

0  

0  

0  

Totals

70,828  

566 *

11,649  

-278  

196,611  

10,772 

1 Merchants with futures positions of 100 or more contracts in one future.

* Changes from the previous week are based on revised data for last week.

Open futures contracts are for April 1, 2010 because the Exchange was
closed for the Holiday on April 2, 2010.

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Released after 3:30 p.m. Eastern time, April 8, 2010