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Homebuilder sentiment soars on strong sales
CNBC
U.S. homebuilders bounced back from a recent funk, as current sales and sales expectations leaped forward. The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index now stands at 68. Anything above 50 is considered positive sentiment ...
Homebuilder sentiment soars in August on strong salesUSA TODAY
Homebuilder Sentiment in US Reaches Three-Month High in AugustBloomberg
Home builder sentiment roars back as buyers turn out in forceMarketWatch
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Market Recap With Jiazi
Seeking Alpha
U.S.: Homebuilder sentiment climbed in August 2017, and consumers still likely pent up demand for housing; 10-year breakeven inflation rate rose in July for the first time in five months; NAFTA changed U.S. trade with Canada and Mexico; and dollar fell ...


USA TODAY

US home construction slumped in July
USA TODAY
The lack of properties on the market has helped to bolster confidence among homebuilders who see healthy demand for the homes that are available. The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo builder sentiment index released Tuesday rose to ...

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KHTS Radio

American Family Funding: Housing Market Update 08/21/17
KHTS Radio
Homebuilder sentiment rose 4 points to 68 in August, its highest level since May. Although demand was higher, construction of new homes fell 4.8% in July. Building permit numbers were also down, as labor and material prices increase. Home prices keep ...


Builder Sentiment Rebounds in August
Nasdaq
The index's trailing 12 month moving average has risen to 67, the highest level since December 2005 and a level indicative of a steady build up of belief in the current new home cycle. The home-related exchange-traded funds, SPDR S&P Homebuilders ETF ...


New Jersey Herald

US home construction slumped in July - New Jersey Herald -
New Jersey Herald
US housing starts fell 4.8 percent in July as apartment construction plunged.

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The Mortgage Reports (blog)

Housing starts fall in July. When will home inventory catch up with demand?
The Mortgage Reports (blog)
Anchored by gains in job creation and economic growth, builder sentiment is returning to healthy levels. And with few existing homes to choose from, buyers are thinking more seriously about new construction to get the home they want. In other words ...

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CNBC

Futures point to Wall Street rebound
CNBC
U.S. stock index futures were higher this morning, buoyed by positive trading sentiment seen overseas and as investors turned their attention to upcoming data and geopolitical events. This follows a mixed session which saw the Nasdaq extend a ...

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Fox News

Texas home builders relying on immigrant labor feel effects of ...
Fox News
If you build it, they will come. Unless those doing the building have essentially vanished.

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Overseas Strength May Generate Buying Interest On Wall Street
Markets Insider
On the economic front, Germany's ZEW indicator of economic sentiment declined to a ten-month low in August, while the U.K. recorded its first July surplus in 15 years, separate reports showed. Affecto shares have jumped in Helsinki after the data ...

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