The Summer of Lumber Price Uncertainty and Confusion Continues

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How things change, and fast. Back in March, wood prices were high, hitting $1,464. By the end of April, things were a lot less clear given “so many extenuating factors going on,” Mike Wisnefski, CEO of MaterialsXchange told at the time. Prices had dropped to $874 and then rose to break $1,000 again. Now?…

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