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2nd Mar 2023 16:26U.S., Daily Monitor

  • The back-up in mortgage rates means home sales will drop to new lows by March.
  • The ISM services index likely dipped in February after a weather-assisted leap in January.
  • Don’t worry about the upward revision to Q4 unit labor costs; a slowing trend is coming.

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