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Consumer Confidence Remains Fragile
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Leading Indicators Rise, Point to Slow Growth
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Consumers Less Confident About the Future
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Confidence rises despite economic headwinds
HIRI Consumer Sentiment Tracking Study
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HIRI Consumer Sentiment Tracking Study

The “Consumer Sentiment Tracking Study,” published quarterly by the Home... Read more

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October 2003 Market Watch

The NAHB's quarterly Remodeling Market Index showed positive results. The current market conditions portion of the index gained nearly a point from the second quarter of 2002, while expectations for the future skyrocketed to their most positive level in two years. Read more

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Market Watch (September 2003)

A potential roadblock for the economic rebound is the skittishness of consumers in their expectations for the performance of the economy. The Conference Board's Consumer Confidence Index fell nearly eight points in July. Read more

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Market Watch

Remodeling and repair Recently released data from the Department of Commerce confirms the strength of the industry. However, the recently enacted tax cut should provide a boost. Read more

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Market changes

Compared with the first quarter of 2002, remodelers' views of current market conditions and their expectations for the future receded in the early part of 2003. Consumer confidence Consumers reacted very positively to the result of the war with Iraq. Read more

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Economic Outlook: Market Watch (April 2003)

Existing home sales rose again in January, breaking the 6 million unit mark for the first time ever. This is down from a 2.9% rise in December 2002 but still represents good growth. Read more

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