New season: Wool's 'annus horribulus' continues

By Bruce McLeish, Elders Queensland Wool Manager
Updated August 16 2020 - 9:58pm, first published 10:28pm
NEW SEASON SALES: COVID-19, a weaker US dollar and a large offering of wool all contributed to a savage drop in prices.

THE wool market's 'annus horribulus' continued last week as auctions resumed in Australia, with the COVID-19 situation no closer to resolution, a weaker US Dollar and a relatively large offering of wool all contributing to a savage drop in prices.

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