Madison’s Report: Softwood lumber prices level off

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VANCOUVER, B.C. — After dropping in prices in recent weeks, many softwood lumber prices leveled off in mid-June as a supply-demand balance seemed to have been reached, according to Madison’s Lumber Reporter. Over the past two years, as the lumber market reacted to big changes in external conditions, there were never-before-seen high price levels and volatility….

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