Moses and Son

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Wool

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Woolbrokers Merchandise Livestock

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Weekly Wool Market Report 23/10/14

Wk 17 23/10/14 The AWEX-EMI eased 8 cents to on 1,036 at auction sales in Australia. The recent spike in auction volumes applied the handbrake on the [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 30/10/14

Wk 18 30/10/14 The AWEX EMI closed down 7c settling on 1,029c in what only could be described as an erratic sale. The market opened with negative sent [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 6/11/14

Wk 19 6/11/14 The AWEX EMI rose 13c to close on 1,042c at auction sales this week. The result may be contributed to the continuation of the solid fini [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 16/10/14

Wk 16 16/10/14 The AWEX EMI fell 7c to settle on 1,044c at auction sales in Australia this week. With the largest rostered to hit the market in 8 mont [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 12/06/14

[...] Wk 50 12/06/14 The AWEX EMI closed on 1,029c down 8c at Auction sales in Australia this week. The 34,158 bales offered [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 19/06/14

[...] Wk 51 19/06/14 The AWEX EMI closed on 1,021c, falling 8c at Auction sales inAustralia this week. The 23,500 bale, two-centre, [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 03/04/14

[...] Wk 40 03/04/14 The AWEX EMI closed the week at 993c; down 13c for the week. Despite the EMI hitting an 11 month low and [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 13/11/2014

[...] Wk 20 13/11/2014. The AWEX EMI rose 8c to settle on 1,050c at auction sales across Australia this week. With 45,345 bales on [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 20/11/14

[...] Wk 21 20/11/2014. The AWEX EMI closed on 1,047c down 3c at auction sales in Australia this week.  As Iron ore prices plummeted and the AUD dipped below 86 USc the EMI’ [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 27/11/14

[...] Wk 22 27/11/2014. The AWEX EMI rose to 1,056c at auction sales this week; a 9c rise. Assisting the market was a favourable four-year low for the AUD, [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 11/12/14

[...] Wk 24 11/12/2014. The AWEX EMI closed 2014 with a pleasing 5c increase reaching 1,059c at auction sales in Australia this week. The expected 62,000 bale offering resulted on just 58,622 bales being [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 12/02/2015

[...] Wk 33 12/02/2015.  The AWEX-EMI fell 9c to settle on 1,092c at Auction sales this week. After a brief appearance above 1,100c last Thursday, following a series of smaller [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 04/12/14

[...] .5µ now down by 2.5% whilst the number of bales measured less than 16.5µ are down by 20.5%YOY.~ Marty Moses [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 08/01/15

[...] that is reversing the trend of a finer clip the option to hedge seems extremely prudent.    ~ Marty Moses [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 05/02/2015

[...] signals that we have recovered from the 3 year bout of super fine wool indigestion.    ~ Marty Moses [...]

Weekly Market Report 29/01/2015

[...] coarser MPG’s. Despite the markets performance the bids were largely unchanged for the week. ~ Marty Moses [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 09/10/14

[...] next weeks offering has pushed through the 50,000 mark – the largest offering in 8 months. Merino Skirtings firmed in line with the fleece and was unaffected by the closing trend. Whilst Crossbreds [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 07/08/14

[...] to 10c dearer and the 21 to 23 microns held form in Sydney but lost 5c to 15c in Melbourne. Merino Skirtings ran parallel with the Fleece and enjoyed good support this week whilst Crossbreds begin to [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 10/04/14

[...] continued in Fremantle with the WMI closing higher that both Sydney and Melbourne. Merino Skirtings followed the Fleece trends however gains were generally not as large, whilst Crossbreds [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 28/08/14

[...] the 16-18 micron range saw up to 100c premiums for measured lot of 40 N/KT and above. Merino Skirtings maintained their previous prices with the exception of the shorter Skirtings which [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 02/10/14

[...] Skirtings prices levels increased by 10c to 20c, as did the Crossbreds selection. Merino Cardings posted a 2c to 3c rise across Australia. As we put the first quarter behind us a check [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 11/09/14

[...] , whilst the larger Melbourne offering struggled to maintain last weeks levels. Support for Merino Cardings in the Eastern markets was fully firm on last weeks levels, with an encouraging 12c increase [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 05/09/14

[...] not rise to the extent of the Fleece whilst the Crossbreds similarly increased by 5c to 10c. Merino Cardings followed the trend up 5c to 10c for the week. The 37,000 selection next week can only fuel [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 08/05/14

[...]  Merino Skirting fell in line with the Fleece however Crossbreds moved sideways and Merino Cardings closed ahead in all three centres. The AUD increased by 73c which made the EMI in USD [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 15/05/14

[...] . After last weeks lacklustre result on the smallish offering we felt that the 40,500 bale offering this week may have attracted more interest. However the market opened poorly and [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 20/08/14

[...] all of the MPG’s however Wednesday saw the rate of fall steadying as the sub 30,000 bale offering could only manage an 83% clearance for the week. If you looked hard enough in the last [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 16/04/14

[...] of how the market will open post Easter. With only 42000 bales rostered followed by a 35,000 bale offering I believe the market will hold around these levels. Positive GDP growth news from China has [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 09/10/14

[...] lots extended into lower strength fleece as the demand began to out-strip this weeks 41,000 bale offering and was demonstrated by the low pass in rate for the week (6.1%). There was a slowing of the [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 20/03/14

[...] were evenly spread across the two selling days there was a heart beat detected on the broader Merino types late on Thursday in Fremantle sales. Whilst Skirtings were weaker the falls were much less [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 12/02/2015

[...] until Thursday, when there was a reasonably sharp downturn in the final hours. The broader Merino types were least affected by the market’s slide whilst Merino Skirtings were well supported early in [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 07/08/14

[...] . I continue to remain cautious for the short term price of Fine (19.5-20) and Medium (21- 22) Merino types. Whilst the supply of these wools are expected to be heavily affected by the poor/desperate [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 19/06/14

[...] sales inAustralia this week. The 23,500 bale, two-centre, offering saw the market for most Merino types weaken slightly over both days, whilst the smaller offering of 22 micron and coarser Merino [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 05/06/14

[...] the final AWEX-EMI. Skirting and Crossbreds held firm for the week whilst the Merino Carding Indicator gained 13c in Sydney. The last sale for the season in South Africa closed 3.5% [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 23/10/14

[...] of the northern region 26 mpg, the only other indicator to maintain or rise was the Merino Carding indicator. The larger offerings over the past fortnight have elevated the YTD totals for this [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 10/04/14

[...] were generally not as large, whilst Crossbreds increasing 5c to 10c on the final day. Merino Carding Indicator was firm after a large fall last week. 37,432 bales are rostered for next weeks sale [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 11/09/14

[...] on the premium Types which continued to show some price-growth especially in the Superfine micron categories and last weeks support for the lower Style and Strength evaporated. Despite this the Merino [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 19/06/14

[...] in supply of Fine and Superfine wools seems to be the main culprit in suppressing the lower micron categories, and conversely the reduction in the Medium and Coarser Merino types and the Crossbred and [...]

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Weekly Wool Market Report 23/10/14

Wk 17 23/10/14 The AWEX-EMI eased 8 cents to on 1,036 at auction sales in Australia. The recent spike in auction volumes applied the handbrake on the [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 30/10/14

Wk 18 30/10/14 The AWEX EMI closed down 7c settling on 1,029c in what only could be described as an erratic sale. The market opened with negative sent [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 6/11/14

Wk 19 6/11/14 The AWEX EMI rose 13c to close on 1,042c at auction sales this week. The result may be contributed to the continuation of the solid fini [...]

Weekly Wool Market Report 16/10/14

Wk 16 16/10/14 The AWEX EMI fell 7c to settle on 1,044c at auction sales in Australia this week. With the largest rostered to hit the market in 8 mont [...]

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