Case-Shiller Expected to Maintain Holdin

Case-Shiller Expected to Maintain Holding Pattern in June – The May S&P/Case-Shiller (SPCS) data published today showed home prices continuing to rise at an annual rate of five percent for the 20-city composite and 4.7 percent for the 10-city composite (seasonally adjusted). The national index has risen 4.4 percent since May 2014. The non-seasonally adjusted (NSA) 10-City Index was up one percent month-over-month, while the 20-City index rose 0.8 percent (NSA) from Apri… http://ow.ly/31X0bS

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