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Wool Classer/Wool Buyer - TEMORA Casual Position Monday - Friday TEMORA, NSW Moses & Son are currently seeking an additional ...
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Market Report: Wk 26

The closing Market for 2015 did not disappoint as the EMI pushed up 14c to close the week on 1265c. Most fleece categories opened on Wednesday 20-30c higher with the lower style/specified types (relatively) outperforming the best style lots on offer, bucking the trend of ... Read More

Weekly Wool Market Commentary: Wk 28

The AWEX EMI closed the week at 1,246c down 3c for the week (+5 in USc). Over half of the 41,730 bales offered nationally were offered at Melbourne sale series, which is the second largest Southern offering for the season. Whilst the sale opened with ... Read More

Weekly Wool Market Commentary: Wk 26

The AWEX EMI managed a 4c rise to 1,251c after a shaky start to the week. The Southern market opened in isolation on Tuesday with an offering of Tasmanian, New Zealand and a small offering of mainland wool. This resulted in a lacklustre market environment ... Read More

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