Market Prices

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  • September 19, 2014 13:06

    Estonia: Roundwood prices in July

    Estonian sawlog prices have registered some mixed results in July this year. Pine sawlogs price has continued the favourable upward trend which was recorded throughout the year... [more...]

  • September 19, 2014 11:32

    Germany expands sawn pine lumber exports to China and Egypt in the first half

    Germany’s sawn pine lumber exports jumped in volume by about 29% in the first half. In value, the increase was slightly higher (33%) supported by a surge in export price: the average price of €172.72/cubic meter registered in H1/2013, moved up in H1/2014 to €178.10/cbm... [more...]

  • September 17, 2014 15:22

    Higher prices forecast for softwood mouldings in United States

    In 2013, US consumption of pine and other softwood mouldings increased by 12% according to a market study. The US market for softwood mouldings is largely driven by new home construction and home repair and remodelling. For 2014, the market study forecasts a... [more...]

  • September 17, 2014 13:05

    Roundwood prices in Finland lower than last year

    Throughout the first five months of this year the average price for pine and spruce sawlogs in Finland has slightly trended downwards, while birch sawlogs price remained stable, as can be seen in the following infographic... [more...]

  • September 17, 2014 11:17

    Prices of German exported sawn spruce lumber in the first half

    Prices of sawn spruce lumber exported by Germany from January to June 2014 increased compared to the first half of 2013. With an average price of 190.83 €/m3, deliveries of sawn spruce lumber were 5.5 €/m3 more expensive than the same period of the previous year. The highest export prices were to the United Kingdom... [more...]

  • September 16, 2014 07:53

    Global forest industry inches up in the second quarter of the year

    The Global Sawlog Price Index (GSPI) inched up again in the 2Q/14 to reach a three-year high of $89.93/m3. However, price increases for sawlogs were not universal across the 20 regions that form the basis for the GSPI. Prices, in US dollar terms, were generally up in North America, Eastern Europe, Latin America and Oceania, while they fell in Western Europe. The trade of logs in Europe picked up in 2013, with import volumes hitting their highest levels since 2008 and log exports reaching a ten-year high... [more...]

  • September 15, 2014 16:00

    Wood pellets in Central and Western Europe considerably cheaper than last year

    In August, the average price of wood pellets in Central an Western Europe has remained below the levels of last year. In Germany, the price has even decreased as compared to July, and is 10 percent lower... [more...]

  • September 15, 2014 14:08

    Germany: Slower beech lumber exports to Europe, balanced in Asia and US

    German sawn beech lumber exports recorded the biggest increases to Asia and the United States in the first half of the year. The 5% export volume surplus against the first half of the year is also reflected in value, where the rise is the same. Shipments to China surged by 15% in volume (to 80,877 m3) and 17% in value ( to € 23,4 million), while those to the United States by... [more...]

  • September 14, 2014 22:50

    U.S.: Softwood and Panel Markets - Week 36, 2014

    Traders looking for a post-holiday resurgence in trading of framing lumber were mostly disappointed... [more...]

  • September 12, 2014 12:43

    Infographic: Prices of imported wood pellets from U.S. trending downwards

    A 3 percent decline in the average price of imported pellets from the United States can be noticed in the first five months. Relatively low shipping costs to Europe, favourize wood pellets producers from the U.S. Thus, EU purchases from America are generally cheaper than imports from other major source countries... [more...]