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Libro Beige de la Fed : Inicio de Inflación en Activos Inmobiliarios, como ya sabíamos aquí . Ojo al dato, que suben los Pisos

WASHINGTON, (EUROPA PRESS) 
El informe elaborado por los doce bancos estatales estadounidenses, denominado Libro Beige de la Reserva Federal (Fed), señala que las últimas informaciones sugieren que la economía de Estados Unidos se expandió en general "de forma modesta" desde la publicación de su último informe a finales de agosto
En concreto, la Fed destaca que en Nueva York se produjo una "estabilización de la actividad económica", mientras que en Kansas City hubo "cierta ralentización en el ritmo de crecimiento"
"En general, el resto de distritos informaron de que el crecimiento continuó a un ritmo modesto", añade
Según el Libro Beige, el gasto de los consumidores fue en general "plano o ligeramente al alza", mientras que el sector manufacturero registró comportamientos dispares, aunque, en conjunto, apunta a una cierta mejora desde el informe publicado en agosto.
En lo que se refiero al sector inmobiliario residencial, las condiciones mejoraron desde el último informe, con un fortalecimiento de las ventas de viviendas usadas en muchas zonas, al mismo tiempo que aumentó la construcción residencial
En cambio, la actividad en el sector inmobiliario comercial fue dispar entre las distintas zonas
Por su parte, las condiciones en el empleo apenas han cambiado en este mes y medio, aunque varias regiones volvieron a incidir en las escasez de trabajadores altamente cualificados
Además, la Fed añade que las presiones salariales siguieron siendo "modestas"
Respecto a los precios, los doce bancos estatales estadounidenses constataron un aumento general de los relacionados con las materias primas y el petróleo, mientras que los del gas natural descendieron en este periodo

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geniopolis.net dijo...

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - Construction on new U.S. homes accelerated by 15% in September to an annual rate of 872,000, easily surpassing Wall Street estimates and marking the highest level in more than four years. And building permits, a sign of future demand, also shot up to a four-year high, rising 11.6% to an annual rate of 894,000, the Commerce Department said Wednesday. Permits for single-family homes, which account for about three-quarters of the housing market, rose 6.7% to an annual rate of 545,000 last month. Permits for multi-dwelling units, a more volatile category, rose three times faster. The latest report underscores the continued momentum in the U.S. housing market, which is gradually recovering from its worst slump in modern times. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch had expected starts to climb to an annual rate of 770,000 on a seasonally adjusted basis. Housing starts in August, meanwhile, were revised up to 758,000 from an original reading of 750,000, according to Commerce data. Permits in August were revised down slightly to an 801,000 annual rate. In September, housing starts rose in all regions except the Northeast, with construction almost equally strong in the West and South

BSP.net dijo...

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- Sales of new single-family homes in the U.S. rose 5.7% in September to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 389,000, the highest pace since April 2010, the U.S. Department of Commerce reported Wednesday. The sales pace in August was revised down to 368,000 from a prior estimate of 373,000. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch had expected new-home sales in September to rise to an annual rate of 387,000, given recent gains in other housing-market data, such as confidence among home builders, as well as housing starts and permits. The median sales price in September declined 3.2% to $242,400. The supply of new homes declined to 4.5 months at September's sales rate from 4.7 months in August. By region, sales in September fell only in the Midwest. Despite the gain in September, the pace of new home sales remains relatively low compared with a peak of almost 1.4 million in 2005.

BSP.net dijo...

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch)

Sales of new single-family homes in the U.S. rose in September to the highest rate in a year-and-a-half, according to government data released Wednesday that confirms the improving picture in the housing market.

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New-home sales up
Sales of new single-family homes rises 5.7% in September, the best pace since April 2010.

Sales of new single-family homes in the U.S. rose 5.7% in September to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 389,000, the highest pace since April 2010, when the first-time homebuyer tax credit was initially due to expire, the Commerce Department said.

The sales pace in August was revised down to 368,000 from a prior estimate of 373,000.

Economists surveyed by MarketWatch had expected new-home sales in September to rise to an annual rate of 387,000, given recent gains in other housing-market data, such as confidence among home builders, as well as housing starts and permits. See economic calendar.

Despite the gain in September, the pace of new home sales remains relatively low compared with a peak of almost 1.4 million in 2005 But it’s improved 38.9% from a series low of 280,000 in May 2010 as mortgage rates have hit record lows, foreclosures have dropped, and the jobs picture has slowly improved.

By region, sales in September fell only in the Midwest


24 de octubre de 2012 16:32