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Builders are shifting focus toward people 25-years-old to 34-years-old as their buying power grows.
The exchange-traded funds for community and regional banks have surged since the election. The construction industry ETF suggests a stalling housing market.
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The post-Trump rally came to an end this week, as the Dow missed its 20,000 milestone and stocks ended lower Friday, while finishing 2016 with big gains.
The Nasdaq reached a record high at Tuesday's close, but rising consumer confidence and positive housing-market data weren't enough to push the Dow Jones to 20,000.
The Dow's climb to 20,000 stalled Tuesday, but stocks remained somewhat higher. Consumer confidence is increasing, and housing prices are showing positive signs.
Homebuilder sentiment rose to 70 in December, the highest since 2005, but single-family housings starts for November disappointed.
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U.S. stocks added to massive gains enjoyed at the start of the week as voters headed to the polls to pick the next U.S. president.
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Investors are bracing for Tuesday's all-important U.S. presidential election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
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Is there a housing recovery? The charts of the construction industry exchange-traded fund cast doubt, and that can affect lending banks down the road.
Home Depot, Lowe's, D.R. Horton and Lennar have been top performers for most of the housing recovery, but their stocks seem likely to dip.
Housing stocks like Home Depot and Lennar were hit hard, though their business prospects now appear bright.
Charts show homebuilder stocks are struggling on sluggish housing data.
Gain of 156,000 jobs misses forecasts of about 170,000, as unemployment rate rises to 5% -- but near-stasis helps the leader
The nation's private employers added 154,000 jobs in September, slightly below forecasts, but hiring appears solid in most of the swing states that will determine the next president.
The exchange-traded funds for the construction industry and regional and community banks suggest that the housing recovery may have peaked at 60% of potential.
'The number' is 169,000 new jobs. Miss in either direction, and watch politicians howl, since the presidential election is only a little more than a month away.