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Weekly Price Reports

Weekly commentary on the wool market from AWI trade specialists.

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Friday, 05 July 2013

Wool market review - week ending 5 July 2013 (Week 01)

An extremely disappointing start to the new wool selling season this past week, with heavy losses experienced across most wool types and descriptions. Prices for most Merino fleece and skirting types in the 17.0 to 24.0 micron range had upwards of 4.5% wiped off the values in a single week with only the Merino cardings remaining relatively unchanged.

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Friday, 28 June 2013

Wool market review - week ending 28 June 2013 (Week 52)

After a period of handy price escalations over the past few weeks, the wool markets in Australia couldn't maintain the trend and disappointingly finished the 2012/13 selling season on a weak note. Whilst the Superfine end of the Merino offering was well sought in a very large selection; the fine and medium fleece and skirting types suffered somewhat and lost considerable ground over the course of the week, apart from the broadest end (coarser than 22.0 micron) which remains solid in demand in a rapidly diminishing volume up for sale.

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Friday, 21 June 2013

Wool market review - week ending 21 June 2013 (Week 51)

Despite the low offering of 24,478 bales, the Eastern Market Indicator (EMI) softened slightly by 4acents this sale week.

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Friday, 14 June 2013

Wool market review - week ending 14 June 2013 (Week 50)

The Australian wool auction market continued to be firm to slightly dearer this week, with the second lowest volume of weekly bale offerings seen this season at 31,547 bales.

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Friday, 07 June 2013

Wool market review - week ending 7 June 2013 (Week 49)

In the lowest volume of weekly bale offerings seen this season, the wool auction market did what most industry players expected it to do, and that was to be firm to slightly dearer. With Fremantle not having sufficient quantity to offer a commercial sale this week, and Sydney only having enough lots to make up one day of selling for the week, a stronger market looked inevitable.

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