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Lumber Prices Could Reach $2400 In 2022

United States Of America - Lumber prices could escalate easily to $2400 per MBF this spring and late summer similarly mirroring last year. Builders, Developers, Program Managers and Project Managers should weigh risks now and prepare for the possibility. Currently risks seem to be leaning more towards increased demand, labor shortages, natural and
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Copper Prices Fall To 10 Week Low. Will Infrastructure Bill Continue Coppers Climb Or Fall? What is Copper Telling Us?

United States Of America - Copper futures fell to $4.2 per pound, the lowest level in nearly ten weeks, as inventories increased and investors reduced risk exposure in anticipation of the US Fed announcing a faster end to its bond-buying program. On-warrant LME inventories in certified warehouses increased to 82,850 tons, the highest level in
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Final Demand Construction Advances 6.6%

Washington, D.C. - The Final Demand Construction Index advanced 6.6%. Producer prices for final demand in the United States increased 0.8 percent from a month earlier in November 2021, the most since July and higher than market expectations of 0.5 percent, raising concerns about inflationary pressures in the world's largest economy. Over 60% of
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Consumer Inflation Hits New High Of 6%

New York, New York - Consumer inflation forecasts in the United States increased to a new record high of 6% in November 2021, up from 5.7 percent in October. Expectations for household spending growth increased by 0.3 percentage points to 5.7 percent, a new series high, with the highest increase indicated for respondents with yearly household
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Foreclosures Start, Build To Rents, Zillow & Inflation. Single family Construction Companies & Builders Need To Be Cautious

United States Of America- Foreclosures begin to mount as moratoriums end and the S&P 500 has risen last week as the third-quarter earnings season began with good results from big bank firms. Brent crude oil prices reached an all-time high of $85 per barrel on Friday, the highest since October 2018. Oil, natural gas, and coal prices have
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Inflation Rate Year Over Year

Bylt: News Alert Briefing Washington D.C. - Annual inflation in the United States fell to 5.3 percent in August, matching market expectations, from a 13-year high of 5.4 percent reported in June and July. The cost of used vehicles and trucks (31.9 percent vs. 41.7 percent in July) and transportation services (4.6 percent vs. 6.4 percent )
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Inflation Rate up 0.30% Month Over Month

Bylt: News Alert Briefing Washington D.C. - Monthly inflation in the United States fell to 0.3 percent in August 2021, down from 0.5 percent in July, the lowest level in seven months and above predictions of 0.4 percent. Airline fares, used automobiles and trucks, and motor vehicle insurance all decreased in price during the month, while
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What Is Driving Inflation in the US? Key Facts From the July 2021 Price Index Reports

On Thursday, August 12, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics published its Consumer Price Index (CPI) and Producer Price Index (PPI) reports for July 2021. The high inflation currently experienced in the US is not evenly distributed among all products and services. The latest price increases can be attributed in great part to the energy industry,
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