Lumber prices usually fall during the month of January (U.S. random length continuous contract).
The average drop in price is -1.2% when comparing the last 20 years. Over the last 10 years, lumber prices in January have averaged nearly a -5% decrease.
At the time of publication, lumber prices are up 6.79% in January of 2018. That’s a spread of more than 10% compared to recent years.
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