Wool market lifts again, breaking through the 1000c/kg mark

Kristen Frost
October 8 2020 - 6:00pm
Wool is making a small comeback, but where it goes to from here is anyone's guess. Growers are still holding on to their wool. Photo by Ally Jaffrey.
Wool is making a small comeback, but where it goes to from here is anyone's guess. Growers are still holding on to their wool. Photo by Ally Jaffrey.

The Australian wool market had small, but consistent gains across all three selling centres this week, lifting the Eastern Market Indicator (EMI) by 26 cents to break through the 1000 cent mark to close on 1022 cents per kilogram.

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Kristen Frost

Kristen Frost

National Sheep and Wool Writer

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