US New Home Sales Fall 12% YoY In October, Down 9% MoM

By Anthony B. Sanders

The good news? US GDP rose 3.5% QoQ, even though Personal Consumption was lower than expected at 3.6% and lower than September’s growth.

The bad news? New home sales fell 8.9% MoM in October.


New home sales declined 12% YoY, tied for the worst reading since 2011.


Yes, as The Fed withdraws monetary stimulus, homebuilding companies are taking the Nestea plunge.


Another housing indicator bites the dust.


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