Vital Signs: Deeper Damage from Housing?

On tap: January readings on new and existing home sales, home prices, personal spending and income, and durable goods orders

The potential economic fallout from housing may be far from over. That’s bad news for the economy at large. Once widely viewed as a well contained problem, economists are now worried that housing could stimulate a wide range of damage to the economy through 2008.

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