By Nathan Denny | Source: Mecardo, Riemann
This week showed a few trades on 18 and 21 micron fibres. Trades were down this week with a total of seven contracts being traded. The Aussie dollar remained fairly steady this week staying at favourable levels for overseas buyers
The wool forward curve is relatively flat up until June next year as buyers and sellers see what kind of activity the next few weeks bring relative to supply and demand.
In the fine wool category, 18 micron wool traded at 2,470¢ for November and 2,450¢ for December 2018.
21 micron fibres traded at 2,200¢, 2,180¢, 2190¢ and 2240¢ for November and 2185¢ for December 2018
No minimum price contracts were traded this week.
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