ICE cotton down on profit booking post 3-year-high.

July cotton futures on the ICE fell because traders booked profits after the contract hit a three-year-high of 87.18 cents a pound on previous close. The most-active July contract of cotton on the ICE was at 84.54 cents a pound, down 0.9% from previous close. Prices of cotton on the ICE rose because of higher demand for the crop from the US, a heavy build-up in net long positions in cotton contracts.