Worldwide lumber trade starts to drop

Worldwide lumber trade starts to drop
    In 2018, global trade of lumber fell for the first time in five years, with total trade down seven percent y-o-y to an estimated 115 million m3.    US lumber prices have gone through a historical roller-coaster ride over the past 12 months. Average prices for pine in the US South were at about $420/m3 in January 2018, peaked at $554/m3 in June and fell to $372/m3 in early 2019.    Softwood lumber exports from Canada were down 5% y-o-y in 2018 ...

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