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The LBM Daily Newsletter: March 29, 2020.
Woodworkers Turn to Making Medical Equipment
Woodworking companies in Minnesota and NOLA have turned some of all of their production to making urgently needed medical equipment.

“Myself and my entire team here at Woodchuck USA are standing by and ready to help in whatever way possible,” said Benjamin VandenWymelenberg, founder and CEO of Woodchuck USA.

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Futures & Options: Higher
ContractCloseChangeVolumeOpen Int
May 2020320.80+9.202011498
July 2020332.00+10.00100687
Sept 2020328.20+8.2032382
Nov 2020328.80+5.401153
Lumber Futures settled considerably higher across the board on another strong day for all major indices combined with continued mixed trade.

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