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The beginning of November brought a slight firming up for lumber prices, due to recent sawmill curtailments — especially in British Columbia — and ongoing reasonable sales volumes. Customers found inventories in the field quite scarce thus had to come back to producers for their purchases. As the usual seasonal slowdown ihttps://madisonsreport.com/s upon us, and […]

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