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Weekly Wool Market Update

2020-01-17 Roberts Wool Bulletin
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Weekly Wool Report

The Australian wool market resumed sales this week, after the annual three-week Christmas recess. The first sale of the new calendar year was another volatile one, with large price fluctuations across the series. This sale is traditionally a larger one, this year the national offering was 52,261 bales. As a three-day sale was required in...
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Weekly Wool Market Update

2019-12-20 Roberts Wool Bulletin
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Weekly Wool Report

The Australian wool market closed out a volatile 2019 calendar year with strong gains this week, adding to the modest rises recorded last sale. The AWEX-Eastern Market Indicator added 55 cents for the series and closed the year at 1558 cents. The EMI is now 304 cents lower than this time last year, the largest...
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Weekly Wool Market Update

2019-12-13 Roberts Wool Bulletin
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Weekly Wool Report

The Australian wool market has managed to reverse the downward trend it was on, recording overall positive movements after three weeks of losses. There is only two selling weeks before the annual Christmas break and many exporters needed this week to complete orders in time for shipment dates. The need to buy wool helped push...
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Weekly Wool Market Update

2019-12-06 Roberts Wool Bulletin
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Smart Loans for Smart Farmers

RIC loans unlocking potential of farm businesses To build a resilient and modern farming business, positive cash flow is essential. The Regional Investment Corporation (RIC) is helping primary producers to diversify and move their businesses into the future.  The RIC has recently appointed Tasmanian, Susie Lohrey as the TAS/VIC/SA Business Development Manager. With a strong...
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Weekly Wool Report

The Australian wool market has continued to deteriorate, recording losses for the third consecutive week. Better style wools with favourable additional measurement results, were least affected by the falling market, generally selling at levels 20 to 30 cents below those achieved in the previous week. Lesser style wools, wools with poor additional measurements and those...
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Weekly Wool Report

The Australian wool market has continued to track downward, recording losses for the second consecutive week. The national offering decreased slightly to 37,804 bales, the national offering is still well down on the previous season. Compared to the corresponding sale of the 2018/19 season there have been 77,033 fewer bales put through the auction system,...
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