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The sharp recent rise in homebuilder confidence (latest figures from today) has not yet been...

The sharp recent rise in homebuilder confidence (latest figures from today) has not yet been matched by a bump in single-family house sales.
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  • WallStreetDebunker
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    From 1985 until the recent housing bubble peak, the only time that the HMI index was below 30 was in five months during the recession of 1990-1991. In other words, that exciting HMI number of 28 would be among the 5 lowest scores in the 240 months from 1985 to 2005. Wow! The future's so bright I've got to wear diapers!
    19 Mar 2012, 11:07 AM Reply Like
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