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23 Apr. 2015 More signs of life in the housing market - This time, for real?

By Ian Shepherdson

New home sales performed better during the winter than any other indicator of economic activity. At least, we think they did. The mar gin of error in the monthly numbers is enormous, typically more than +/-15%.

Posted: 23rd Apr 2015 in 'U.S. Documents'

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