The wool market shrugged off more coronavirus gloom on Wednesday with a modest rise in the EMI.
China is getting back on track, with most of the early stage processors operating at more than 70 per cent capacity.
WoolProducers Australia is mounting a case for the wool industry to be declared an essential service to avoid new coronavirus business shutdowns.
The Eastern Market Indicator shed 52 cents on Wednesday as uncertainty about the impact of coronavirus continues to grow.
This week's wool sales resumed in Melbourne this week against a backdrop of worldwide panic over coronavirus.
In a dramatic week across the globe currencies crashed, equities soared then crashed, then boomed again, and the wool market eased a little bit.