Firmer lumber prices on lowered inventories in North America

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The beginning of November brought a slight firming up for lumber prices, due to recent sawmills curtailments – especially in British Columbia, Canada, – and ongoing reasonable sales volumes. Customers found inventories in the field quite scarce thus had to come back to producers for their purchases. As the usual seasonal slowdown is upon us,…

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