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 · Housing Slump Shows Signs Of Lingering July 9, 2008 WASHINGTON, DC – Signs are emerging that the U.S. housing market’s long slump is likely to continue through the summer, and may not recover for at least another year.

The index had climbed to a one-week peak of 97.444 the previous day on stronger-than-expected U.S. retail sales and a slump.

U.S. home sales fell more than expected in March, pointing to continued weakness in the housing market despite declining mortgage rates and slowing house price gains. Despite a slight uptick in the sales of new homes, there is new evidence that the U.S. housing slump will not end anytime soon.

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau and Moody’s Economy.com. Since the onset of the housing slump, however, the price-to-income ratio in each of these states tumbled back to the more sustainable levels seen during the 1990s, although the ratio did tick up in California and Illinois in 2010.

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IMF says housing slump critical. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said Monday there’s no end in sight to the U.S. housing recession and warned that deteriorating credit.

Building approvals dropped by a seasonally adjusted 4.7 per cent in April as Australia’s housing woes continued. Approvals for private sector houses dropped 2.6 per cent while the "other.

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Analyzing The U.S. Housing Slump New home sales fell 2.2 percent in February. The drop in new-home sales was the fourth consecutive monthly decline, and the worst showing since 1963, when the Commerce Department started counting. Robert Siegel talks to Yale economics professor Robert James Shiller about the continued fall of U.S. home sales.