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Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Forward prices curves in wool – a disincentive to hedge

By Andrew Woods  |  Source: AWEX, Macquarie Bank, NAB, Elders, ICS

Wool growers are the natural sellers (forward selling to hedge) in a forward wool market. Ideally this selling pressure is balanced over time with buyers drawn from greasy traders and early stage processors, with speculators joining in to boost liquidity. This article takes a look at the balance seen between sellers and buyers in the forward wool markets in recent decades.

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