Lumber is currently on bearish momentum. At 11:15 EST on Friday, 8 January, Lumber is at $702.50 and 2.16% down since the last session’s close.
Lumber is 1.812% up from its last session low of $690.00 and 3.103% down from its last session high of $725.00.
Lumber is 20.62% down from its last three sessions higher value of $885.00 and is 7.25% up from its last three sessions lower value of $655.00.
Lumber is 20.62% down from its last seven sessions higher value of $885.00 and is 7.25% up from its last seven sessions lower value of $655.00.
Lumber is 21.99% down from its last month’s higher value of $900.50 and is 7.25% up from its last month’s lower value of $655.00.
Lumber’s last day, last week, and last month’s average volatility was a negative 25.66%, a negative 9.99%, and a negative 2.72%, respectively.
Lumber’s last day, last week, and last month’s high and low average amplitude percentage was 5.07%, 5.40%, and 4.56%, respectively.
Last news about Lumber
Lumber prices have increased worldwide in the second half of 2020 with US prices almost doubling. According to Business Insider on Tuesday, 5 January, "According to the Japan Lumber Journal, the most significant changes from September 2019 to September 2020 were an increase of Canadian hemlock prices by 15% (in Yen terms) and the decrease in European whitewood prices by about 13%."