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U.S. | 22 March 2019 Existing Home Sales have Bottomed, but Price Gains Still Slowing
Existing home sales peaked last February, and the news since then has been almost unremittingly gloomy.

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22 March 2019 Existing Home Sales have Bottomed, but Price Gains Still Slowing

By Ian Shepherdson

Existing home sales peaked last February, and the news since then has been almost unremittingly gloomy.

Posted: 22nd Mar 2019 in 'U.S.'

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