Bill's Corner- An Eastern Sprue Perspective

There was no letup of activity in the lumber market yesterday. Although it was quieter here in the northeast, other parts of the country more than picked up the slack. Manufacturers were active participants having the luxury of time and the willingness of mills to organize and schedule future purchases. Prices were up slightly on most items except for boards out of the east, of which the mills had some accumulations to deal with. Low grade items found some traction as the spread between them and their higher-grade counterparts widen enough to justify interest.


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