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Lumber - Cash

Lumber - Cash price

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CLIENT SENTIMENT
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About Lumber - Cash

Lumber, also known as timber, is a type of wood that has been processed into beams or planks. It’s a popularly traded agricultural commodity and can be used for structural purposes such as flooring, doors, panelling and posts. Furniture can also be made from lumber, such as beds, chairs and tables. Lumber can be split into two main types: softwood and hardwood. The price of lumber can be affected by new trade policies, construction and housing data, as well as climate changes and deforestation. View our Lumber price chart and spread bet or trade CFDs on Lumber.

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Trading details

minimum spread
N/A
minimum size (new)
0.001
Shorting allowed
Yes
GSLO allowed
No

Holding costs

Daily - Sell
0.00
Daily - Buy
0.00
Yearly - Sell
0.00
Yearly - Buy
0.00

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