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Lumber price to ease back on demand weakness

After fluctuating between $500 and $600 per 1,000 board feet for most of this year, we expect the US lumber price to fall from around $520 today to $475 by the end of the year due to weaker demand. The key risk to our forecast is that concern grows about supply from Canada due to ongoing wildfires.

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