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  • Fri, May 25 2018
  • 4:02 PM » 10 states where you can buy the most home for $300,000
    Published Fri, May 25 2018 4:02 PM by CNBC
    You may be surprised by the list
  • 1:59 PM » Fed's Powell Leads Global Call for Central Bank Independence
    Published Fri, May 25 2018 1:59 PM by Bloomberg
    Bloomberg Fed's Powell Leads Global Call for Central Bank Independence Bloomberg Global central bankers made a concerted call for their independence from politics to be safeguarded, arguing government interference in monetary policy risked propelling inflation. With Turkey engulfed by a currency crisis partly driven by political ... and more »
  • 1:25 PM » NAHB Releases Remodeling by Zip Code Estimates for 2018
    Published Fri, May 25 2018 1:25 PM by eyeonhousing.org
    With this post NAHB announces the release of its latest estimates of spending on improvements to owner-occupied homes at the zip code level. The new estimates are for calendar year 2018 and include the number of owner-occupied homes, the number with improvement spending during the year, the average spending per improved home, total spending on improvements within the zip code, and the drivers of remodeling activity used to... Read More ›
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    Source: eyeonhousing.org
  • 1:15 PM » Charts show the largest bond ETF is on track for its worst year in history, market watcher says
    Published Fri, May 25 2018 1:15 PM by CNBC
    If pressure on Treasurys continues as expected, the largest bond ETF could surpass the drop seen in its worst year.
  • 10:06 AM » Consumer sentiment hits 98 in May vs. 98.8 estimate
    Published Fri, May 25 2018 10:06 AM by CNBC
    U.S. consumer sentiment was expected to hold steady in the final reading of May.
  • 9:42 AM » Fed Chair Powell: "Financial Stability and Central Bank Transparency"
    Published Fri, May 25 2018 9:42 AM by Calculated Risk Blog
    An excerpt from Fed Chair Jerome Powell's comments at "350 years of Central Banking: The Past, the Present and the Future," in Stockholm, Sweden: Financial Stability and Central Bank Transparency The post-crisis framework remains novel and unfamiliar. Some of these new policies, such as stress testing and resolution planning, are inherently complex and challenging for all involved. As a result, transparency and accountability around financial stability tools present particular challenges. We will continue to strive to find better ways to enhance transparency around our approach to preserving financial stability. Efforts to engage with the public--including consumer groups, academics, and the financial sector--are likely to lead to improved policies. Moreover, ongoing dialogue will work to enhance public trust, as well as our ability to adapt to new threats as they emerge. There is every reason to expect that technology and communications will continue to rapidly evolve, and to affect the financial system and financial stability in ways that we cannot fully anticipate. While future innovations may well improve the delivery of financial services and make the system stronger, they may also contain the seeds of potential future systemic vulnerabilities. We will need to keep up with the pace of innovation, which will doubtless require changes to our approach to financial stability. As we consider such changes, it will remain critically important to provide transparency and accountability. By doing so, we strengthen the foundation of democratic legitimacy that enables central banks to serve the needs of our citizens, in the long and proud tradition of the Riksbank.
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    Source: Calculated Risk Blog
  • 9:24 AM » Fed chief Powell: We're still assessing 'efficiency' of banking reforms
    Published Fri, May 25 2018 9:24 AM by CNBC
    Banking regulation has gotten stricter and more transparent in the days since the financial crisis, though more adjustments are likely ahead, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Friday.
  • 9:00 AM » US durable goods orders drop 1.7% in April, but core capital goods orders rose as shipments rebounded
    Published Fri, May 25 2018 9:00 AM by CNBC
    New orders for key U.S.-made capital goods increased more than expected in April and shipments rebounded.
  • 8:17 AM » Reforming Lending Reform: 3 Things Home Buyers Should Know About the New Law
    Published Fri, May 25 2018 8:17 AM by www.realtor.com
    A new law rolls back some of the lending restrictions enacted in response to the housing boom and bust. While it doesn't entirely do away with those financial reforms, it does have some significant implications for home buyers. The post Reforming Lending Reform: 3 Things Home Buyers Should Know About the New Law appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.com® .
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    Source: www.realtor.com
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