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[PREMIUM] Spike in butter prices

Butter prices are spiking higher as the global butter shortage becomes acute

Lamb prices at a high point

Lamb prices remain very healthy and ASB Bank data suggests that lamb prices are the highest ever recorded during this time of the year, said Nathan Penny, senor rural economist. ...

Dollar rise sees wool down

The rise in the New Zealand dollar generally saw corresponding lowering of local wool prices in most areas apart from fine crossbred fleece and some targeted coarser types, said New Zealand Wool Services International’s marketing executive Nathan Arthur. ...

Trade surplus for Australia

Australia is paying its way in the world, commented Commonweath Securities in Sydney after the country’s trade accounts were reported as being in surplus by a record $9.2 billion in the March quarter ...
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Dairy auction supports season price

Dairy prices improved (TWI +1.7%) in this week’s Global DairyTrade auction, led by milkfats and WMP. This follows a 9% fall across the last two auctions. ...

Commodities hold up

The prices for New Zealand’s commodities that make up roughly 60% of total goods exports are holding up better than expected, said Con Williams, agri-economist at ANZ Bank. ...
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Stability in dairy prices

In last night’s GlobalDairyTrade auction, dairy prices rose 1.3% following the 0.6% gain in the previous auction. ...

Dairy prices stable

Dairy prices were broadly stable in last night’s GlobalDairyTrade auction, the final action of the year. ...

Milk price forecasts trending higher

MyFarm ports that the AgriHQ milk price forecast has lifted to NZ$6.61 further in response to continued strength in the dairy commodity markets. ...

Big aircraft lift the trade deficit

New Zealand recorded a merchandise trade deficit of $846 million in October, following a deficit of $1,394 million in Septembe ...
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