Homebuilder Confidence Misses Expectations Again As Outlook Plunges To 10-Month Lows

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Despite last month's epic collapse in the NAHB Confidence index, the 'recovery' bounce this month missed expectations significantly making the 6th miss in the last 7 months (we assume that means its been winter-stormy for the last 7 months). Holding at levels seen in May 2013, future sales expectations dropped once again to 10 month lows as hope fades (or they expect more bad weather). The West (crushed by warm dry pleasant weather) continues to plummet but the NorthEast dropped to levekls not seen since Auguest 2012.

 

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and the outlook tumbles (must be expecting bad weather)

 

The West plunged and The NorthEast dropped to multi-year lows...

 

Charts: Bloomberg