The Fed's Squeeze Play Is Crimping HousingBy
When is a house not a home? When economists start looking at it. Then it becomes a source of jobs for carpenters and masons, a reason consumers buy furniture and appliances, and a generator of utility and maintenance bills. Add it all up, and some 15% of all economic activity revolves around the housing sector.
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