The numbers: The National Association of Home Builders’ monthly confidence index dropped two points to 72 in January. What happened: The industry association’s reading on builder sentiment roared to.
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Homebuilder confidence falls from 18-year high, but it’s still strong. the year on a slightly less sanguine note.Builder sentiment fell 2 points to 72 in January, according to a monthly survey.
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· Homebuilder sentiment beat expectations in June and rose to a nine-month high. The housing market index from the National Association of Homebuilders came in at 59.
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America’s homebuilders haven’t felt this good since 1999. On Monday, the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI) – more commonly known as homebuilder sentiment – hit an 18-year high of 74, topping expectations for a reading of 70 and well above last month’s reading of 69. This index is calculated on a scale of 1-100.
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The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)/Wells fargo builder sentiment index fell two points in the association’s February reading, coming in at 55 for the month, the group said Tuesday.
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Ford Motor’s (F) shares have staged a strong breakout in September, and again in January 2018 on the back of. and business confidence in the U.S. economy. Homebuilder confidence also hit an 18-year.
January and December’s figures were both revised. Past performance does not guarantee future results. homebuilder sentiment hit an 18-year high in December, but it has dipped slightly over the past.