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Fannie Mae sees bigger housing slowdown coming

Fannie Mae’s November economic and housing forecasts predict that both multifamily and single-family housing starts will fall next year by more than they previously...
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Fannie Mae revises GDP growth forecast lower again

Fannie Mae’s October economic and housing forecasts predict that the economy will briefly return to growth in Q3 before entering a recession in early...
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Fannie Mae sees slower economic growth ahead

Fannie Mae’s July economic and housing forecasts predict negative GDP growth in Q2 2022 and a recession in early 2023. The slowdown in economic...
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Inflation drives interest rates higher

Forecasts from Fannie Mae and from the Federal Reserve foresee continued high inflation and rising interest rates. Fannie Mae issues a monthly forecast for the...
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Fannie Mae forecasts higher inflation ahead

Fannie Mae’s February economic and housing forecasts call for marginally higher multifamily housing production in 2022 and 2023 than in earlier forecasts. Other forecasts...
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Fannie Mae lowers housing starts forecast

Fannie Mae’s November economic and housing forecasts call for fewer housing starts in 2021 than in earlier forecasts. However, the forecasts for housing starts...
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Forecasts say higher inflation is coming

A pair of forecasts, one from Fannie Mae and one from the Federal Reserve anticipate that a period of significantly higher inflation than had...

Fannie Mae forecasts higher near-term growth

Fannie Mae recently issued its May forecasts for the economy and for housing. They show slightly higher growth in 2021 and much higher multifamily...
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Fannie Mae updates 2021 and 2022 forecasts

Fannie Mae recently revised its economic outlook for 2021. The new forecast predicts significantly higher growth over the next two years than their last...

U.S. economic growth expectations largely unchanged as lockdown restrictions ease

Despite substantial revisions to the components constituting real GDP, headline growth expectations on a quarterly and full-year basis were only slightly changed compared to...
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GDP: Up, up, up

It’s a red-letter day. Today the Commerce Department released its much-awaited Q2 GDP data. The swirl around this announcement draws from a humming economy and...

What Friday’s U.S. jobs report means: Interest rates, GDP, and labor force participation

Two economists from California made the following comments regarding this coming Friday’s U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ non-farm payrolls employment report for March: Robert Eyler,...

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