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Excerpt from Cotton From Seed to Loom: A Hand-Book of Facts for the Daily Use of Producer, Merchant and Consumer
Spot and future markets and prices - Changes in the cotton trade - Routes by which cotton was marketed previous to the war - New York's position during same period - Changes the war made in routes - Receipts-aud sales at New York since - Future delivery business - Future sales for eight years - Reasons why business in futures is a necessity to the trade - Could not be discon tinned - The new arrangement as to weight of 100 bales adopted by Liverpool conference - Prices of futures for seven years - Changes in mode of quoting spot cotton, how and when made - Spot quotations for seven years - Liverpool prices, 1788 to 1877 - Liverpool and Manchester market each week of 1877.
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Cotton From Seed to Loom: A Hand-Book of Facts for the Daily Use of Producer, Merchant and Consumer (Classic Reprint)
- BookCotton From Seed to Loom: A Hand-Book of Facts for the Daily Use of Producer, Merchant and Consumer (Classic Reprint)
- Author:William B. Dana
- Publishing Date:2017-05-13
- Publisher:Forgotten Books
- Number Of pages:310