Lumber is currently on bullish momentum. At 11:16 EST on Wednesday, 27 January, Lumber is at $860.50 and 0.63% up since the last session’s close.
Lumber is 3.5% up from its last session low of $831.40 and 0.632% up from its last session high of $855.10.
Lumber is 0.63% up from its last three sessions higher value of $855.10 and is 8.10% up from its last three sessions lower value of $796.00.
Lumber is 0.63% up from its last seven sessions higher value of $855.10 and is 32.10% up from its last seven sessions lower value of $651.40.
Lumber is 4.08% down from its last month’s higher value of $897.10 and is 35.58% up from its last month’s lower value of $634.70.
Lumber’s last day, last week, and last month’s average volatility was a positive 3.89%, a positive 5.16%, and a negative 8.91%, respectively.
Lumber’s last day, last week, and last month’s high and low average amplitude percentage was 2.85%, 2.68%, and 4.14%, respectively.
Last news about Lumber
Lumber buyers ‘pay up or run out’ amid U.S. homebuilding surge. According to Bloomberg Quint on Tuesday, 26 January, "Everyone knows that current prices are stupid but the choice is either pay up or run out," Vince Bulic, president of Vancouver-area Yaletown Lumber Industries Ltd., said in a Jan. 22 note. ", "U.S. lumber wholesaler and distributor Sherwood Lumber Co., which was founded in 1954, experienced one of its busiest Decembers in terms of volume sold and this activity has continued into January. "