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But that’s not the only way to play the real estate rebound. Don’t forget the mattress makers, paint suppliers and of course, appliance retailers. Alan Rifkin, a retailing analyst at Barclays, sees.

Goldman Sachs put out a report late last week predicting that S&P/Case-Shiller would drop 2.5 percent further and then bottom, probably in the summer of 2012. claiming that housing is in for a.

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"It has become increasingly apparent that the pieces for a housing rebound next year are beginning to fall into place," wrote barclays capital analyst stephen Kim in a recent report. [ See the.

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“We expect the current seesawing in auto sales to continue for the foreseeable future, but the overall picture in 2012. housing data, and high pent-up trade-in demand from former new car buyers of.

After several false starts, housing is flashing the strongest signals yet of a sustainable rebound. according to data compiled by Bloomberg. “Housing will contribute modestly to recovery this year.

Housing’s Second Leg Down After surging through the first eight weeks of 2019, the housing sector took a leg lower this week, dragged down by weak performance from the. investment in structures turned negative for the.

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Howes said that "it is encouraging to see the components of the index representing the labor and housing. optimistic, Barclays Capital analysts warned in a note Monday. The Fed’s fiscal policy.

Housing and automobiles have been the strongest growth. With mortgage and auto loan rates substantially higher now, we are likely to see a slowdown in the economy in the coming months, and that is.