Low Sales Volumes Bring Drop in Lumber PricesMadison’s Lumber Reporterhttps://madisonsreport.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/cropped-logo_M-02-32×32.png

In yet another departure to what would historically be considered “normal” seasonal trend cycle, lumber prices dropped — by quite a bit — in the middle of April 2024. Producers especially had done what they could to keep prices up, specifically by keeping manufacturing volumes lower in the face of this ongoing soft demand. However, […]

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