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Southern Pine Lumber Price Report: September 2015

October 02, 2015
Author: Jay Engle

Lumber prices fell throughout the summer, reaching their lowest point in the beginning of September at a weighted average of $274.70 per MBF. In the two subsequent weeks, prices increased, moving to $296.64 per MBF in the week beginning September 17. The last week of the month, the week beginning September 24, prices fell once again, down $6.82 to $289.82 per MBF. For our perspective on future prices, read Why Lumber Prices Are Falling--Summer 2015.

 

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