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Despite the ripping new construction market, the NAHB Housing Market Index just dropped to a 50 today, which represents the low threshold of positivity.  New construction has gained more market share than they have enjoyed for many years, so it’s interesting that the collective outlook dropped 11% this month.

Retail Sales came in at a 0.7% month-over-month growth rate, which was higher than last month’s 0.3% gain.  Stripping out car sales, the core index rose a whopping 1.0%.

Interest rates are trying to stabilize after a month-long climb higher.

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