West Fraser Timber: Mixed Signals For The Near Term (NYSE:WFG)

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AzmanL/iStock via Getty Images Introduction In the past three years, lumber prices have risen significantly to new extremes. In the past 40 years, they have never been this high. Now prices are starting to fall and have dropped from their high of $1500 per thousand feet to $390 per thousand feet. Which is still a…

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