COVID-Induced Surge in Housing Demand Continues to Impact Commodity Wood Pricing
By James K. Flicker, Managing Director, DC Advisory
Since early 2020, the market for commodity wood products has witnessed greater price volatility than at any time in the last 25 years. A confluence of historic events—COVID-19, surging demand, and supply chain disruptions—has led to once-in-a-generation swings in commodity prices. While prices...
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James Flicker is a managing director with DC Advisory and has followed the paper & forest products industry exclusively since 1994. Before joining DC Advisory, he ran the Forest Products investment banking practices at Greenhill & Co. and Citigroup, and served in a similar capacity at UBS before that. Flicker holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Vermont and an MBA from Fordham University, and has been a Chartered Financial Analyst and member of the New York Society of Security Analysts since 1995.