U.S. Economy: housing won’t be an engine for growth next year

U.S. applications to buy homes fell last week to the lowest since April and home builders say residential construction won't provide much of a boost for the economy's recovery next year. "Don't look to housing to be a growth engine,'' said David Seiders, chief economist for the National Association of Home Builders. "We're moving along…

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