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U.S. | 17 January 2018 Severe Weather Likely Depressed Homebuilders' Sentiment
At the end of last year, U.S. homebuilders were more optimistic than at any time in the previous 18 years, according to the monthly NAHB survey.

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17 January 2018 Severe Weather Likely Depressed Homebuilders' Sentiment

By Ian Shepherdson

At the end of last year, U.S. homebuilders were more optimistic than at any time in the previous 18 years, according to the monthly NAHB survey.

Posted: 16th Jan 2018 in 'U.S.'

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