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Weekly Wool Report

The final sale in the wool selling calendar for the 2017/2018 season concluded this week with an offering of 31,784 bales. The market closed slightly easier however the better type and spec wools remain keenly sought with prices remaining firm however with the large offering of lower type and spec wools continued to be discounted...
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Weekly Wool Report

The second last sale in the wool selling calendar is typically the smallest for the season and this weeks proved no exception. With Fremantle not offering a sale the 2-centre roster could only gather 20,904 bales, the smallest national offering in nearly 9 years. Wool exporters again faced a tough task trying to purchase the...
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Weekly Wool Report

Wool auctions once again see Roberts Tasmania staff conducting wool sales at the Melbourne wool selling centre, Auction team Andrew Murfet, Wool and Sheep Advisor and Stewart Raine, State Wool Manager are now swinging the auctioneers hammer, a task not recently undertaken by Roberts employees for the past 13 years. Both experienced auctioneers with decades...
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Wool Report

The Australian wool market after four consecutive weeks of solid gains eased slightly over the two selling days of this week, the declining quality of the national selection on offer continues to be the catalyst for this downward adjustment whilst the more stylish and better measured wools keenly sought after and continue to attract premiums....
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Wool Report

The benchmark Eastern market Indicator continues to climb further into record territory breaking through the 2000c/kg mark finally closing the week 2027c/kg up an impressive 44c/kg for the week. In summary supply, selection and machinery driven demand continue to be the catalyst behind this hot market. All micron indicators again recorded strong price with the...
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Wool Report

Auction Sales concluded this week with the benchmark Eastern market Indicator lifting by 40 cents to close the week at 1983c/kg cents continuing the trend of venturing into uncharted territory. All micron indicators again recorded strong price increases as previously reported dry conditions on the mainland continue to influence a weekly wool selection which continues...
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Wool Report

What can only be described as frenetic would be the term I would use to describe the Auction sale room in Melbourne currently, with all buying houses actively participating and competing for the limited supply on offer each week. I had the pleasure of officiating as Auctioneer and selling during my first wool sale in...
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Weekly Wool Market Update

2018-05-18 Roberts Wool Bulletin
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Weekly Wool Market Update

2018-05-11 Roberts Wool Bulletin
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Wool Report

The continued decline in rostered auction offerings, a weaker Australian dollar and a large percentage of lower yielding, lesser style lots see price increases on all types and descriptions across the entire merino spectrum over the 2-day sale series with the benchmark EMI again setting a new level of 1891 cents up 55 cents the...
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