The prices for lumber in the U.S. decreased in the beginning of autumn

According to the Random Lengths’ data, celebrations of Labor Day in the United States, and short-term vacations in connection with a fest had a negative impact on the softwood lumber market in North America.

The price in the Great Lakes region (Canadian province of Ontario and eight US’s states) in early September for 1 thousand BF of lumber of 2-by-4 chamber drying decreased as compared to the end of August by 8$ to 421$. In the annual calculation the price for lumber increased by 55$.

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