Slower mid-summer activity brings flat lumber prices in North America

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As July waned, North American lumber prices remained flat but players warned that muted demand and ample supply could mean lower prices on the horizon. Field inventories were strong and transportation issues – while still frustrating – were getting worked out. Highly populated areas of traditionally significant building activity turned quiet as scorching temperatures prevented…

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