Weekly Market Reports


27 November 2015

admin Macwool - Friday, November 27, 2015

WEEKLY MARKET REPORT

Week Ending 27th November, 2015

 AWEX Northern Micron Indices Comparison

AWEX INDEX

This Week

S22/15

This Week

M22/15

Last Sale

S21/15

Sydney

Change

Last Year

Sydney

Sydney Yearly

Change

17

1506

1491

1511

-5

1293

+213

18

1486

1460

1485

+1

1285

+201

19

1402

1391

1404

-2

1216

+186

20

1332

1323

1338

-6

1182

+150

21

1315

1321

1321

-6

1161

+154

22

1309n

1321n

1309n

0

1152n

+151

26

1024n

1011n

1028n

-4

825

+199

28

859

833

868

-9

714

+145

30

804

798

814

-10

684

+120

MC

1105

1107

1087

+18

790

+315

STEADY AS SHE GOES!

It was another week of sideways movement in the AWEX-EMI with a modest three cent dip over the three days, almost matching the result from last sale when it eased two cents.

41,730 bales were offered during the series - 56% of the total came out of the Melbourne auction which hosted its second largest sale for the season. Most of the loss in the benchmark indicator came from the Sydney market where the soft market pulled fleece types back 5 to 10 cents and values came closer into line with Melbourne prices. Melbourne was more resilient and even managed increases in the 18 to 22 micron range. The 21/22 range rallied 10 to 15 cents in that selling centre after renewed interest on the final day.

Despite the losses in some parts the better types were still a source of optimism as they continued to maintain buyer support during the week. High strength (40nkt), good length (80/90mm) and low mid-break types found consistent buyer enthusiasm that was lacking in the low-spec types. Small improvements in prices continued at the East-only series on Thursday which finished the week off on a positive note. Merino Skirtings generally lost ground during the sale, easing 10 to 20 cents when compared to the previous week. Crossbreds were the weakest sector in the overall market and provided the biggest drag on the EMI during the sale. The falls were as large as 20 cents in Melbourne on the back of the biggest national Crossbred offering in nine months. Oddment numbers were also in abundance during the sale; however they showed a more positive result. The Merino Carding Indicators all improved, jumping 15 to 20 cents at the East Coast auctions.

We are offering 730 bales (out of a national offering of just over 40,000 bales) next Wednesday.

 

Ag Concepts Fwd Prices at 27 November, 2015

Micron

Date

Low

High

28

9-Dec-15

825

825

 

Main Buyers (This Week)

1

Techwool

6160

2

Chinatex

5097

3

Tianyu Wool

2770

4

Australian Merino

2505

5

Fox & Lillie

2461

6

Modiano (Aust)

1985

7

PJ Morris

1798

8

Michell Aust.

1657

9

Vic Wool Proc.

1247

 

Eastern Market Indicators (AUD cents/kg clean)

1246 cents ê 3 cents compared with 20/11/2015

Northern Market Indicators (AUD cents/kg clean)

1275 cents ê 4 cents compared with 20/11/2015

AUD/USD Currency Exchange

0.7233 é 0.0061  compared with 20/11/2015

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