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Housing troubles continue drag on economy

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U.S. homebuilding unexpectedly fell in May, but data for the prior two months was revised higher and building permits.

With rents and housing prices on the rise, many Californians have trouble seeing the glass as. it a two-year bill allows.

If this forecast is correct and economic expansion continues into next year, it will become the longest expansion in U.S. history. “We continue to enjoy. is not due to the housing market, which is.

California’s economy should continue to expand faster than the nation’s over the next five years, but the rising cost of housing in the Golden State is going to keep some of that growth in check.

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"The housing market remains weak, continuing to be a drag on the economy. For instance, single-family housing starts fell 6.4 percent in October to 917,000 units (annualized), the slowest pace since September 1991, nearly 25 percent below that of October 2006.

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U.S. economy is stagnant, wage growth dropping, new jobs sub-par. Q3: Businesses still won’t spend, wages hardly rise, consumers to pull back. No justification for near-term rate hikes. Stocks.

The housing market thus remains a drag on the U.S. economy, and the network of community banks are not fit financially to increased lending to homebuilders and to potential home buyers.

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