By Mark Dyson - Quality Wool
The wool market was somewhat irregular this week with values achieved largely dependent on micron and type, as the Eastern Market Indicator (EMI) made no movement for the week to remain at 1525 cents per kilogram.
In general, the 16.5 micron and finer categories made some ground on the previous week, lifting by 18 cents clean.
The 17-19 micron categories eased by 19-40 cents clean while the 19.5-23 micron categories increased between 5-22 cents clean, as the broader types received the greatest rises.
As we head through the spring offerings, wools expressing high mid-break and low strength have increased in volume, resulting in greater discounts on these wools particularly in the fine...
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