Data Round-Up: Housing Starts Underwhelm, Again, in September

posted by Michael Lewis on October 17, 2018

Found in US, categorized in Macro

Tags: housing start housing market

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Housing starts fell -5% to 1.201 mm units in September (seasonally-adjusted at annual rate). This was even a bit worse than the muted consensus estimate (1.210 mm) that had factored in a Hurricane Florence effect.


FMI’s review of this morning’s September Housing Starts report.

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