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Ainsworth Lumber Co Ltd T.ANS

Sector: Forest Products | Sub-Sector: Lumber & Wood Production
Primary Symbol: T.ANS.WT
Alternate Symbol(s):  ANSBF

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RE:Norbord buy ANS

nice to see buyout while I was overseas. now that i'm back, what to do what to do with proceeds should I sell instead of getting Norbord shares. lol, all over again....rmember the last more
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Norbord buy ANS

About time, a really natural fit.  Should be a real powerhouse in the OSB market now.  It will still be bouncing around the bottom til OSB starts to rise and right now it is still going more
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Norbord to buy Ainsworth in all-stock deal  rate and reply
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latest rally in lumber stocks

pretty decent. have a great weekend. off to asia for a month and a half, merry Christmas, happy healthy prosperous new year to all. cheers, dave.  rate and reply
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RE:ok Q?

Looks like the market agrees with you.   But OSB shows no inclination to rise and these producers are all set to flood the market with more product at the first sign of increased demand. more
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ok Q?  rate and reply
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OSB has bottomed

Great selling week for OSB traders in the West.  Mills are off the market due to maintenance, small fire (Tolko) and other issues.  Prices are moving up. Unfortunately, the next more
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RE:RE:RE:almost 3

A month later and OSB is still wallowing in the mud. Western Canada print 174.00 mill and trending lower, There will have to be meaningful curtailments soon.  rate and reply
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good open. cheers, dave.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:almost 3

What is Brookfield's remaining position?  I don't think they want to hold this as a portfolio company so they either find a buyer or they slowly unload their holding...made money by more
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RE:RE:almost 3

Keep your buy order in there, sub 2.50. You may get your wish. OSB mills have no order files, in spite of better US Housing numbers. Western Canada print is 185.00 f o b mill. If these numbers more
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RE:almost 3

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almost 3

got core fill on an account I assist in trading at 2.50s.... :) for him. now if it can dip back for my own fill that would be great. u.s.a homebuliders doing well and I think are forecasting more
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bring on santa rally?

time will tell with all things being equal as to future prospects for ALL companies big and small. take care especially from noise of markets, the noise caused by analysts and the usual riftraft more
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interesting again?

looks that way in the 2.30s-2.50s.  markets a farce each and every day. cheers, dave.,  rate and reply
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RE:Merging ANS and NBD

Oversupply because the US recovery is slower than expected. I had a 2.40 buy price in mind and if OSB drops below $200 its looking more like $2.25! I think NBD would take over ANS if the more
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Merging ANS and NBD

Hard to see why NBD wouldn't take over ANS.  Brookfield involved with both, the product is nearly identical.  Both Canadian.  Should be savings available.  I doubt the more
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How did the sister company do in North America ?

 Will ANS be similar ?       rate and reply
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dead board ? why is WY at a new high ?

I'm watching WY scream to new highs and CFP, ANS  and WFT are dead ?  any thoughts?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Housing starts up sharply - will help stock

I bought back in at $2.90....lots of volume today so many clearly think it is a good buy between $2.95 and $3.05.  LP would have re-priced the deal at around $3.60 so I would say $3 is a more