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Southern Yellow Pine Composite Lumber Price - November 2012

Forest2Market’s composite lumber price increased by 8 percent throughout the month of November. The composite price started the month at $324/MBF (Week 44). This was the largest week-to-week gain of the month, up from $306/MBF in the last week of October (Week 43). 234 more words

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Southern Yellow Pine Composite Lumber Price: October 2012

Forest2Market’s composite lumber price increased by 1% in the month of October. The composite price at the start of the month was $293/MBF (Week 40), a 3% decline from the last week of September. 272 more words

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New Southern Pine Design Values Unlikely to Take Effect until July 2013

After reviewing feedback it received from the Forest Products Laboratory (FPL), the Southern Pine Inspection Bureau (SPIB) withdrew the visually graded southern pine design values it submitted to the American Lumber Standards Committee’s (ALSC) for review. 277 more words

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Southern Yellow Pine Composite Lumber Price: September 2012

The figure below summarizes pricing data gathered for Forest2Market’s weekly lumber market report, Mill2Market. For this market report, Forest2Market aggregates sales order data submitted directly by report subscribers. 398 more words

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SYP Tracker—August 2012 Mill2Market Results

The figure below summarizes pricing data gathered for Forest2Market’s weekly lumber market report, Mill2Market. For this market report, Forest2Market aggregates sales order data submitted directly by report subscribers. 349 more words

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Forest2Market Announces Additions to its Mill2Market Lumber Market Reports

When today’s issue of Forest2Market‘s Mill2Market lumber report goes out, customers will notice it has grown. In 2009, when we published our first report, the report contained one page of data. 201 more words

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More Construction = More Lumber = More Sawtimber = Lower Sawtimber Prices?

Construction-related markets continued to show strength in the second quarter of 2012 (Table 1). Housing starts increased 28.5% compared to the same period last year, and construction spending was up 8.1%. 485 more words

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