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BW38 - 25th July 2017


Average Price Indicator (greasy) Indicator (clean) Offered Sold Clearance Current Season's Cumulative Price
108
p/kg
105
p/kg
153
p/kg
1.53
million kgs
1.05
million kgs
69% 107
p/kg

The second sale of the 2017/2018 Season was held by the British Wool Marketing Board at Wool House and offered 1,532,388 kgs. After some initial hesitancy the market gathered some momentum. Good colour combing wools were well sought after. The clearance was 69%. Fine types: No.1's 3-5% dearer, No.2's 4% cheaper. Medium types: No.1's 4-5% dearer, No.2 & discoloured 4% cheaper. Mule types: 2-5% cheaper. Cheviot types: Hogs 1-2% dearer, others 4% cheaper. Radnor types: 3.5-5% cheaper. Welsh types: 4.5% cheaper. Blackface types: A small offering of 2016 seasons stock were 2-4% dearer.

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