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Lumber Prices: Tariffs Combine With Tight Supply for Sharp Increases

Newsmax Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Lumber Prices: Tariffs Combine With Tight Supply for Sharp IncreasesLumber prices responded to tariffs and short supply, with futures rising to another record on Tuesday thanks to a confluence of import tariffs, transport bottlenecks and strong housing demand.
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