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U.S. | 20 November 2018 The Housing Downturn won't Kill the Rest of the Economy, this is not 2008
The media and markets are waking up to the idea that the housing market has peaked in the face of higher mortgage rates and slightly--so far--tighter lending standards.

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20 November 2018 The Housing Downturn won't Kill the Rest of the Economy, this is not 2008

By Ian Shepherdson

The media and markets are waking up to the idea that the housing market has peaked in the face of higher mortgage rates and slightly--so far--tighter lending standards.

Posted: 20th Nov 2018 in 'U.S.'

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