Shilling: The Housing Recovery Is Weak, and Will Remain That Way

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January 22, 2015

Bloomberg View columnist A. Gary Shilling contends that housing’s feeble recovery is here to stay.
 
Even though the Federal Reserve lowered interest rates at the beginning of the recession, the recovery remained relatively weak, with prices still 18.5 percent below their peak.
 
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