Wood prices continue to fall on the world market. In North America, prices fell sharply again after an interim high in July. Prices fell by around 15%. The reason: the housing and construction crisis - and the high interest rates. Wood prices are falling on the global market due to the renewed weakening of demand, report analysts at trading.economics. After wood prices moved towards USD 600 per 1,000 board feet in July, wood prices fell back to just under USD 500 per 1,000 board feet in September. That's a decrease of around 15%. Recent data ...
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