Lumber suppliers cut prices to increase sales: Madison’s

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A few months of struggle between lumber buyers and sellers brought some big price cuts in mid-June. Suppliers had been cutting prices by increments to increase sales volumes, while customers continued to wait as long as possible in hopes that prices might drop further. The trend line of recent decreases matches almost exactly what happened…

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