The home-building sector has suffered a lot amid COVID-19 and is likely to see meaningful sales and price decline ahead. However, credit conditions and valuation are cheaper.
New home sales edge higher in April with easing of lockdowns in the country. Is this an indication of revival in housing?
The coronavirus outbreak has resulted in a slowdown in the U.S. housing sector. However, reopening of the economy and low mortgage rates are expected to lend some support.
The homebuilding sector has suffered a lot amid COVID-19 and is likely to see meaningful sales and price decline ahead. However, credit conditions and valuation are cheaper.
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Wall Street jumps on reopening of the economy and Fed. These sectors were badly beaten down in the coronavirus selloff and are looking well poised to rally faster than the broader market.
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The coronavirus is taking a toll on U.S. homebuilding, largely due to the measures undertaken to contain the spread of the virus.
The coronavirus pandemic is bringing a slowdown in the U.S. housing market as the homebuilder sentiment witnesses the sharpest monthly decline on record.
Big housing companies have been seeing order cancellations. However, still-open construction sites that add to the inventory and lower rates may perk up homebuying once the crisis is over.
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Some companies are continuously witnessing insider buying amid the global market turmoil. This trend should help these stocks and ETFs.
The new U.S. home sales data looks disappointing. Moreover, the economic slowdown due to the coronavirus pandemic is expected to break the momentum of the U.S. housing sector.
The latest data on sales of the previously-owned U.S. homes looks encouraging. However, the coronavirus pandemic is expected to mar the numbers in the coming months.
Let's explore whether the rapidly-spreading coronavirus outbreak will derail the strong momentum of the U.S. housing sector.
Many may think rate-sensitive sectors like housing will surge on the Fed's rate cuts but the coronavirus scare is likely to hurt the sector massively.
The central banks across the globe are expected to step in to prop up the virus-infected economy. We have highlighted ETFs & stocks from sectors that are expected to skyrocket on lower rates.
The housing sector in the United States seems to be going strong, thanks to low mortgage rates.