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Economy grows 0.6 percent in 1st quarter 31.5.2007 Star Tribune: Business
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US economy grows by just 0.6 percent in the first quarter 31.5.2007 International Herald Tribune: Business
The U.S. economy nearly stalled in the first quarter with growth slowing to a pace of just 0.6 percent. That was the worst three-month showing in over four years.
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D: ALL THINGS DIGITAL / Reporter's Notebook / YouTube videos on Apple TV soon, Jobs promises / CEO says iPhone will also be coming in (very late) June 31.5.2007 SFGate: Business & Technology
One of the few places where Apple Inc. chief executive Steve Jobs appears publicly, outside of the Macworld Expo, of course, is the D: All Things Digital conference in Carlsbad (San Diego County), where famed Apple fan Walt Mossberg, tech columnist for ...
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Fed saw inflation as bigger threat than slumping housing market 31.5.2007 Star Tribune: Business
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Inflation Trumps Housing in Fed Minds 30.5.2007 AP Business
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Concerns about inflation trumped worries about the slumping housing market last month in the minds of Federal Reserve officials who voted to hold interest rates steady....
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An ATM That's Out of Money 30.5.2007 Washington Post: Nation
For a long time, Paul and Amy Woodhull's house on Capitol Hill was a honey pot. Through multiple refinancings over nearly a decade, they pulled out money to fix it up, buy a car, pay down credit cards, buy three other properties and improve them, too.
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Consumer confidence jumps 30.5.2007 Star Tribune: Business
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No housing slump in reality TV ratings 29.5.2007 Chicago Tribune: Business
Real estate-obsessed viewers can choose from at least 24 shows

The sagging housing market makes for good television.
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As Condos Rise in Florida, Investors Try to Flee 26.5.2007 NYT: Home Page
As dozens of condominium towers conceived during Florida’s real estate boom near completion, investors who snatched up units are trying to break contracts.
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Existing Home Sales Fall in April 26.5.2007 SFGate: Business & Technology
Sales of existing homes fell more than expected in April while prices slid for a record ninth consecutive month, indicating further troubles ahead for the housing market. The National Association of Realtors reported Friday that sales of existing ...
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Mortgage market troubles may be knocking at your door 25.5.2007 SFGate: Op-Ed
The subprime mortgage crisis has so far been nothing more than a boogeyman in your friend Joey's closet -- an easy worry to forget. Yet this easily forgotten scare is now coming back to haunt the white-collar workers and upper-income real estate investors ...
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Forecaster says worst not over in housing 25.5.2007 Chicago Tribune: Business
If you want uplifting news about selling your home, you won't get it from Mark Kiesel.
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Signs of stability in housing 25.5.2007 Chicago Tribune: Business
New-home sales leap, prices drop; inventory fall encourages builders

Sales of new homes took their biggest leap in 14 years in April, but analysts said it may be too soon to declare that the housing slump is ended.
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US new-home sales jump 16% 25.5.2007 Financial Times US
The outlook for the US economy improved after signs of a rebound in the housing market and in business investment.
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Toll tumbles as housing weakness lingers 24.5.2007 Financial Times US
Toll Brothers net income slumped 79 per cent in its second quarter and said that the weakness in the US housing market meant that they could not provide future earnings guidance.
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Economists Foresee 2007 Growth 21.5.2007 SFGate: Business & Technology
Weighed down by a housing slump, the economy in 2007 will log its most sluggish growth in five years. But that showing should not cause businesses to really clamp down on hiring, economic forecasters say. A forecast released Monday by the ...
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Housing slump brings woes for Lowe's 21.5.2007 Financial Times US
Lowe's, the home improvement retailer, revealed that the US housing slowdown and falling prices for wood had caused a drop in first quarter profits and forced it to lower its earnings outlook for the year.
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Lowe's Profit Falls 12.1 Percent 21.5.2007 AP Business
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Lowe's Cos., the No. 2 U.S. home improvement chain, said Monday that its first-quarter profit fell 12.1 percent due to a slowing home improvement market amid a continued slump in the housing sector....
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Economists Foresee Sluggish 2007 Growth 21.5.2007 AP Top News
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Weighed down by a housing slump, the economy in 2007 will log its most sluggish growth in five years. But that showing should not cause businesses to really clamp down on hiring, economic forecasters say....
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The housing bubble's silver lining 20.5.2007 LA Times: Commentary
The bust feels bad, but the boom's infrastructure and innovation benefit consumers in the long run. THE ONCE-buoyant housing market is clearly in trouble. Last year, housing prices around the country fell for the first year since the Depression. In Southern California, one of the epicenters of the housing and housing-credit bubble, the pain has been acute. Local subprime lenders such as Ownit Mortgage Solutions in Agoura Hills and New Century Financial in Irvine have filed for bankruptcy protection. MortgageDaily.com estimated that 12,000 mortgage jobs have been cut in California since January 2006. Foreclosure rates are rising. ...
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