• Hannah Phillips

Slow in Chinese Market Leads to Tough Week in Wool

The Australian wool market was down 78 cents this week, to 1776, largely due to the Chinese domestic market slowing down.

Despite the fall, we are still seeing prices up overall in comparison to last year, with Steven Read, CEO of Michell Direct Wool joining Anita on today's Country Viewpoint to explain why.

For the latest updates on the wool market, join Anita on the Country Viewpoint every Friday from 1pm on Flow FM.

If you would like to get market information from your region to air, get in touch - mail@flowfm.com.au.

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