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Weekly Price Reports

Weekly commentary on the wool market from AWI trade specialists.

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Friday, 14 February 2014

Wool market review - week ending 14 February 2014 (Week 33)

A very tough week at Australian wool auctions, with a significant easing occurring across all wool types on offer. The continued lack of fresh business continues to play on the buyers' minds, with some of the major exporting participants commenting that the lack of enquiry emanating from China is the quietest they have seen for years.

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Friday, 07 February 2014

Wool market review - week ending 7 February 2014 (Week 32)

The Australian wool market reacted in a generally negative manner this week to the higher dollar and larger volumes available, with the Merino sector being mostly affected.

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Friday, 31 January 2014

Wool market review - week ending 31 January 2014 (Week 31)

A reduced selling week of just 2 days at Australian wool auction centres saw the market react positively against the back drop of the greatly reduced volume put up for sale.

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Friday, 24 January 2014

Wool market review - week ending 24 January 2014 (Week 30)

Australian wool auction markets staged a significant rally in prices this week across all types and descriptions, backing up the good demand signals exhibited on the final sales day last week.

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Friday, 17 January 2014

Wool market review - week ending 17 January 2014 (Week 29)

Prevailing expectations at the start of Australian wool auctions this week were overwhelming negative. The scheduled volume of 60,000 bales and the AU:US exchange rate over 90cents had the local exporters and overseas buyers spooked, and cautious buying strategies would obviously be employed initially.

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