Mid-September: it was a good time for lumber prices, while it lasted. After levels earlier this year hitting $1670.50 per thousand board feet—high enough to choke the oxygen out of many building plans—they finally started to drop and hit $454.40 on September 15 on the spot market.But on the same day
Brexit, Covid, container shortages and competing global demands are just some of the reasons prices are rising
Xinhua 11th September 2021, 11:30 GMT+10
The DIY market, which accounts for 20% of lumber sales, is leveling.