West Fraser Timber (WFG) drops 0.82% to high volume on August 26
The shares of West Fraser Timber Co., Ltd. (NYSE: WFG) fell 0.82%, or $ 0.62 per share, to close Thursday at $ 75.23. After opening the day at $ 75.95, shares of West Fraser Timber have fluctuated between $ 77.20 and $ 74.92. 334,091 shares traded hands, an increase from their 30-day average of 314,880. Thursday’s activity brought the market cap of West Fraser Timber to $ 8,760,095,360.
West Fraser Timber is headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia.
About West Fraser Timber Co., Ltd.
West Fraser is a diversified wood products company with over 60 facilities in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom and Europe. Using forest resources from responsible and sustainably managed sources, the company produces lumber, engineered wood products (OSB, LVL, MDF, plywood and particle board), pulp, wood newsprint, wood chips, other residues and renewable energy. West Fraser products are used in home construction, repair and renovation, industrial applications, papers, facial tissues and box materials.
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