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NZ Wool Services International's North Island offering of 5400 bales received strong support with 99% selling, chief executive John Dawson says.
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A firming NZ dollar and more reserved overseas buying combined to lower most prices at this week’s wool auction, says NZWSI.
While wholesale milk prices may be on their way up, we need to be aware of “retailers’ revenge” says a food marketing specialist.
The 7,500 bales of North Island wools on offer this week saw a 97% clearance and a generally dearer market, reports NZWSI marketing executive, Malcolm Ching.
The severity of the recent change in dairy fortunes has certainly been a left-field event. How such a dramatic change has emerged without warning and how businesses can best respond are key issues.
The world's cheese business was worth US$216 billion last year, and in four years should be worth US$237b, says market research company Canadean.
Oversupply is still the underlying weakness affecting dairy prices, says ASB rural economist Nathan Penny.