There was very limited activity and sales in the eastern spruce lumber market yesterday, plain, and simple. The slight demand did not give the mills many chances to trade on the items they wanted to move, even though the mills showed a willingness to do so. As a result, there was little movement in prices. The quietness in the market did give buyers and traders an opportune time to have conversations with clients and the mills that were in the market.
Welcome back @william_giguere! Do you think this quietness had anything to do with so many active market participants traveling to NAWLA conference?
to some degree yes- there may be other factors as well.