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Wool

Weekly Wool Market Update

17-04-2020 Wool Bulletin – Roberts
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Wool Report

Week 42 was originally scheduled as an Easter recess week, however a decision was made by the National Auction Selling Committee (NASC) to schedule a sale, to provide another selling opportunity for growers wanting or needing to sell. Brokers were encouraged to only offer wool from genuine motivated sellers, in an effort to keep the...
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Weekly Wool Market Update

2020-04-09 Roberts Wool Bulletin
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Wool Report

The Australian wool market has shown signs of improvement in this series, recording overall increases in all merino fleece types. Brokers actively encouraged only genuine sellers to enter the market, resulting in 22% of the offering being withdrawn prior to sale. This action had a twofold effect. Firstly, it reduced the overall offering, increasing demand...
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Weekly Wool Market Update

2020-04-03 Roberts Wool Bulletin
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Wool Report

The Australian wool market has suffered major losses this week as concerns over COVID-19 rock the industry. Exporters have reported that due to border closures they are no longer able to ship wool into Italy and India, two major customers for Australian wool. They have also reported increasing difficulty obtaining finance during this difficult time....
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Weekly Wool Market Update

2020-03-27 Roberts Wool Bulletin
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Wool Report

After three weeks of consecutive losses the Australian wool market has steadied this week, managing to record small overall increases. An industry working group has been meeting daily to try to minimise the impact of COVID-19 on the Australian wool industry. One of the recommendations to come from this group, was to move wool auctions...
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Wool Report

The Australian wool market has again followed the trend of other global markets, suffering prolonged losses in Week 38. Melbourne opened in isolation on the first selling day and from the opening lot it was immediately apparent that buyers had significantly reduced their limits. By the end of the first day the individual Micron Price...
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Saleyards & COVID-19

Our advice is that attendees to sales should be limited to Agents, Buyers, Transport Operators and Saleyard Staff.  If you do not fall into one of the above categories, we ask that you do not attend.  Your local agent will be in the best position to advise market updates and results.
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