Minehan on Housing in the Nation & in New England

In a speech on 'Housing in the Nation and in New England' given on 16 October, Cathy Minehan of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston said despite worries that job losses could hurt the booming housing market, the level of housing investment will likely remain strong. "I believe it is reasonable to suspect the level of housing investment will remain high, though as other aspects of the economy expand, its impact on growth may well decline."

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