EMI dips 31c as sales resume after the winter break

Vernon Graham
August 8 2019 - 10:30am
THE DONALD EFFECT: Trade tensions between the US and China which are being ramped up by President Donald Trump impacted on the first wool sales after the winter break.
THE DONALD EFFECT: Trade tensions between the US and China which are being ramped up by President Donald Trump impacted on the first wool sales after the winter break.

The benchmark eastern market indicator (EMI) shed 31 cents a kg to hit 1723c at the close of the first auction wool sales after the three-week winter recess.

Vernon Graham

Vernon Graham

National machinery and property writer

Former editor of The Land, former Fairfax Media Agricultural Editor

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