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Nov 2016

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 44, 2016

Sales of framing lumber jumped Thursday after the Commerce Department released its U.S. housing starts report for October. The sharp gain was one of several catalysts sparking trader confidence and allaying fears of downside risk. News coverage on the U.S.-Canada trade dispute and expectations that the U.S. would soon file a trade case against Canada generated some buzz. [Mais... ]

Oct 2016

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 38, 2016

Trading in framing lumber was cautious overall, but producers sold enough or fell back on order files to keep prices at least close to previously established lists. The overriding issue holding back most traders was the October 12 expiration of the standstill, which has given Canadian producers a year of unfettered access to the U.S. market [Mais... ]

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 40, 2016

Framing lumber sales thus far in October failed to meet expectations, leaving price trends and traders’ outlooks on the market muddled. The standstill period under the expired Softwood Lumber Agreement came to an end at midweek. With no immediate filing of a petition by U.S. interests to open a new trade case against Canada, there was little drama, but continued uncertainty looking forward. [Mais... ]

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 42, 2016

Trading in framing lumber turned bearish amid thinning mill order files and fading consumption in the field. Low expectations were widely held with many traders attending the annual NAWLA Traders Market in Las Vegas. Nonetheless, the quiet tone of the market left traders looking beyond the conference for answers to what has been a disappointing [Mais... ]

Sep 2016

China: Prices of main wood commodities in June 2016

This index contains latest updated prices of logs and lumbers from the two major timber distribution markets in China: Shanghai Furen Timber Market and Guangzhou Yuzhu Timber Market [Mais... ]

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 35, 2016

The holiday-shortened week got off to a fast start on Tuesday, driven in large part by the day’s jump in futures. Follow-through the rest of the week was hit and miss, with futures tailing off both Wednesday and Thursday. The big move on the board followed a surge of orders in the cash market at Western S-P-F mills the previous Friday [Mais... ]

France: Lumber prices for 2Q/2016

French research center CEEB (Centre d’Etudes de l’Economie du Bois) together with the national wood federation FNB (Federation Nationale du Bois) quarterly publish average prices for French lumber... [Mais... ]

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 36, 2016

Some framing lumber markets were more active in mid-September, while others quieted in a mixed week of trading. Southern Pine prices pulled out of a four-week tailspin, at least in the narrow widths. In contrast, prices weakened in Western and Eastern S-P-F, while trends were mostly flat in western species [Mais... ]

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 37, 2016

A more bullish tone to the framing lumber market was apparent in some species, but less so in others. Trading was most active in Southern Pine and Canadian S-P-F, especially Wednesday and Thursday as the futures board rallied to a premium to cash. In all markets, traders weighed myriad factors that could tip the balance one way or another [Mais... ]

Aug 2016

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 31, 2016

Trading in framing lumber let up from the pace of the previous two weeks, but sales were sufficient for mills to hold to established levels or push quotes higher. Fear of prices tipping over the top kept buyers cautiously filling in, while avoiding inventory-building volumes. Meanwhile, demand in the field, with brisk sales at the retail level, fed a steady flow of inquiries back to secondaries and the mills. Gains in most key species pushed the Random Lengths Framing Lumber Composite Price up another $4 [Mais... ]

Jul 2016

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 26, 2016

Price trends were mixed heading into the holidays in Canada and the U.S. A surge in futures on Tuesday sparked action in S-P-F trading through Wednesday. Elsewhere, the pace ranged from moribund, to steady, to active. Southern Pine producers sought to build order files with more urgency, sometimes opening to hefty discounts to sell volumes [Mais... ]

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 27, 2016

Framing lumber traders looking for a more clear-cut direction to the market after the early July holidays in Canada and the U.S. were left searching. While trading had a pulse, it lacked strength in many species [Mais... ]

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 28, 2016

Sales of framing lumber were stronger than expected for many traders who came into the week wary of a post-Fourth of July lull. Buyers in all regions steadily covered needs, including the South where heat and humidity failed to stifle demand for replacement purchases. An annual industry get-together in Idaho pulled a number of traders out of their offices late in the week. All told, upticks in key prices pushed the Random Lengths Framing Lumber Composite Price up $3 for the week to $352 [Mais... ]

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 29, 2016

Prices of framing lumber continued to strengthen amid steady consumption across the continent. A third consecutive week of price appreciation surprised some traders who had anticipated a mid-summer lull. But despite summer heat that beat down activity in the Midwest and Southeast, supplies overall flowed smoothly through the pipeline [Mais... ]

Jun 2016

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 22, 2016

Traders came back from the long holiday weekend in the U.S. in a cautious mood. Weakness in futures Tuesday to start the short workweek, and more downside on Wednesday, contributed to the quiet tone in framing lumber. [Mais... ]

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 23, 2016

For much of the week, framing lumber markets muddled along at a pedestrian pace. That changed Thursday when a limit-up move in futures pulled buyers off the sidelines. Sales picked up most notably in Western and Eastern S-P-F, while carryover into other species was mixed [Mais... ]

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 24, 2016

Mid-June sales were unremarkable, and traders struggled to discern the softwood lumber market’s near-term course. This led to conservative, just-in-time purchasing, with buyers taking care to avoid adding to their inventories. Quick shipments were a priority, fueling the notion that there was little inventory cushion in the distribution system. Mills, meanwhile, worked to push order file through the July 4 holiday [Mais... ]

May 2016

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 17, 2016

Last week's ales of framing lumber in US varied among species and producing regions. The cash market in Western S-P-F got a shot in the arm from strength in futures, and transportation hang-ups related to a rail trestle in Alberta that was destroyed by fire. Eastern S-P-F producers also caught the wave of increased activity. Elsewhere, trading was mixed, with the pace slowing in Southern Pine and trading in western species described as a grind. All told, the Random Lengths Framing Lumber Composite Price rose $4 [Mais... ]

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 18, 2016

Price trends in U.S. framing lumber were mixed last week, but the tone of the market was more upbeat in the second half of the week. The pace slowed in Southern Pine, as a waiting game developed between buyers and sellers. In contrast, prices advanced in Canadian S-P-F, although the bulk of those gains came early on momentum from the previous week’s action. [Mais... ]

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 19, 2016

With one major exception, trading in US framing lumber species was steady to active. Western and Eastern S-P-F set the pace with double-digit gains in the narrows of random dimension and studs. In the West, green Douglas Fir caught a wave of demand, while sales of dry framing picked up and posted at least modest gains. The major exception was Southern Pine; prices were vulnerable [Mais... ]

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 20, 2016

Price trends of the previous two weeks persisted, with Canadian S-P-F and western species strengthening and Southern Pine weakening. Sales overall tapered from the pace of recent weeks, and a larger degree of caution was noted by many traders in the week’s latter half. Nonetheless, most producers were fortified with solid order files — some extending to or even through mid-June. Any notion that producers outside the Southern Pine region were growing vulnerable was widely dismissed [Mais... ]

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 21, 2016

Bracketed by holidays in Canada and the U.S., softwood lumber trading was uneventful. More news breaking on fire season in Canada, this time in Ontario, gave the market a mild jolt at midweek; sales perked up for some mills on Thursday, but the week’s overall pace was measured. While residual strength from the recent market rally kept modest upward pressure on some prices, many others were unchanged from the previous week and a few cracks developed as well. [Mais... ]

Q1/2016 softwood and hardwood lumber prices in France

In the following report you can check the latest available lumber prices in France (both softwood as well as hardwood) for the fourth quarter of 2015... [Mais... ]

Apr 2016

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 13, 2016

The first quarter came to a close with framing lumber prices still pointing upward. Early week strength in futures buoyed mill positions and trader confidence. Mill order files in various species extended into mid-April and beyond. By most accounts, demand was steady to brisk, and many buyers circulated back to their suppliers for coverage [Mais... ]

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 14, 2016

The second quarter got off to a quiet start in most framing lumber species, after a brisk close to the first quarter. Traders attributed the slower pace to the need to digest March purchases, and assess market prospects going forward. Spring break, vacation absences, and a reversal in the futures market were all cited as contributing factors [Mais... ]

U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 16, 2016

Price trends in US framing lumber were mixed last week. Southern Pine was the primary exception to a wider weakening trend. A number of SYP mills were off the market as they caught up on late shipments. Torrential rains and floods preoccupied traders in East Texas, but other key markets picked up the slack. In other species, trading was generally liquid, but producers usually had to trim prices to entice buyers. [Mais... ]