ESR SA

Type: Company
Name: ESR SA
First reported Jul 23 2014 - Updated Jul 23 2014 - 1 reports

Modest Housing Recovery Will Continue -Fannie

The theme for the economy and the housing market's in 2014 has been set for months; the economy will continue to slowly strengthen; the modest recovery in housing will be sustained. Each monthly or quarterly report or round of economic analysis seems ... [Published MortgageNewsDaily - Jul 23 2014]
First reported Jul 23 2014 - Updated Jul 23 2014 - 3 reports

Economic Growth Expected to Strengthen During Second Half of 2014, But Not Enough to Save the Year

"Our findings in the July forecast suggest that full-year growth in 2014 likely will be weaker than 2013," said Fannie Mae Chief Economist Doug Duncan"Housing data point to a continued but modest rebound in the housing market, in line with our prior forecast," ... [Published Wall Street Select - Jul 23 2014]
First reported Jul 07 2014 - Updated Jul 07 2014 - 3 reports

Americans' Attitudes Toward The Housing Market Reflect Steady But Slow Recovery, "Normal" Housing Levels Still A Ways Off

WASHINGTON"Since we began collecting monthly National Housing Survey data in June 2010"The uptick this month in the share of consumers expecting mortgage rates to go up and the accompanying decline in home price expectations reflect the pause of activity ... [Published TheStreet.com - Jul 07 2014]
First reported Jun 24 2014 - Updated Jun 24 2014 - 1 reports

Rough First Quarter Reduces 2014 Economic Growth Expectations

WASHINGTON"We remain confident that the first-quarter drop in activity will reverse, and we are seeing some positive signs in the current quarter, but economic growth likely will be playing catch-up for the rest of the year," said Fannie Mae Chief Economist ... [Published Benzinga.com - Jun 24 2014]
First reported Jun 23 2014 - Updated Jun 23 2014 - 1 reports

News Release - Fannie Mae Weekly Yield for June 23, 2014 ... Fannie Mae Weekly Yield for June 23, 2014.

Economy Appears to Gain Strength After Flat First Quarter Concerns Linger Regarding Near-Term Health of Housing Sector Katie Penote 202-752-2261WASHINGTON, DC – After stalling out in the first quarter of the year, recent indicators suggest the economy ... [Published Fannie Mae - Jun 23 2014]
Entities: Fannie Mae, yield, ESR SA
First reported Jun 19 2014 - Updated Jun 19 2014 - 1 reports

Second Home Buyers: They Do Exist!

While many U.S. homeowners struggle with mortgage payments on their primary residence, those that have the means are taking advantage of low interest rates and stagnant inventories to purchase a second home in vacation home markets like Florida and C ... [Published MortgageNewsDaily - Jun 19 2014]
First reported Jun 09 2014 - Updated Jun 09 2014 - 1 reports

Consumer Concerns Regarding Economy Slow Housing Activity

WASHINGTON"Consumers' lukewarm income expectations and reticence about the economy seem to be holding back housing demand," said Doug DuncanSURVEY HIGHLIGHTSHomeownership and RentingThe Economy and Household FinancesThe most detailed consumer attitudinal ... [Published PR Newswire - Jun 09 2014]
First reported May 12 2014 - Updated May 12 2014 - 2 reports

Ellsworth Adhesives’ Sellers Awarded Dow Corning Distributor Sales Professional of the Year

This annual award (Gold, Silver and Bronze) is given to the top Dow Corning Distributor sellers. This outstanding achievement speaks to the dedication to deliver the best to customers while partnering with premier manufacturers and key partners. Ellsworth ... [Published PRWeb - May 12 2014]
First reported Feb 10 2014 - Updated Feb 10 2014 - 1 reports

Consumers Positive About Access to Mortgage Credit; Views Toward Economy Improving

WASHINGTONConsumer attitudes toward the economy also improved in January despite downbeat jobs data for the past two months. The share of consumers who believe the economy is on the right track climbed 8 percentage points to 39 percent, while the share ... [Published PR Newswire - Feb 10 2014]

Quotes

...in the July forecast suggest that full-year growth in 2014 likely will be weaker than 2013," said the company's Chief Economist Doug Duncan. "We expect the economy to grow approximately 3.0 percent in the second half of the year, although there is an element of uncertainty given government statisticians’ difficulty in assessing the full scope of healthcare expenditures."
"Housing data point to a continued but modest rebound in the housing market, in line with our prior forecast," said Duncan. "Recent housing activity picked up seasonally as we expected, yet many indicators remain near or below the levels for the same period last year. For all of 2014, we continue to expect total home sales to decline about 2.0 percent and total mortgage originations to decline approximately 41.0 percent. We also expect total single-family mortgage debt outstanding to rise slightly this year before strengthening further in 2015."
...findings in the July forecast suggest that full-year growth in 2014 likely will be weaker than 2013," said Fannie Mae Chief Economist Doug Duncan. "We expect the economy to grow approximately 3.0 percent in the second half of the year, although there is an element of uncertainty given government statisticians' difficulty in assessing the full scope of healthcare expenditures. Overall, our forecast calls for growth to come in at around 1.5 percent for the year, which would be the worst performance of Q4-over-Q4 growth in the current economic expansion. On the bright side, real personal income grew for the fifth consecutive month in May and hiring has continued on an upward trajectory, which should help boost consumer spending during the remainder of 2014."

More Content

All (16) | News (13) | Reports (0) | Blogs (1) | Audio/Video (0) | Fact Sheets (0) | Press Releases (2)
sort by: Date | Relevance
Modest Housing Recovery Will Continue -Fannie [Published MortgageNewsDaily - Jul 23 2014]
Economic Growth Expected to Strengthen During S... [Published Wall Street Select - Jul 23 2014]
Economic Growth Expected to Strengthen During S... [Published TickerTech.com - Jul 23 2014]
Economic Growth Expected to Strengthen During S... [Published PR Newswire: Entertainment & Media - Jul 23 2014]
Americans' Attitudes Toward The Housing Market ... [Published TheStreet.com - Jul 07 2014]
Americans' Attitudes Toward the Housing Market ... [Published Wall Street Select - Jul 07 2014]
Americans' Attitudes Toward the Housing Market ... [Published OSIX News - Jul 07 2014]
Rough First Quarter Reduces 2014 Economic Growt... [Published Benzinga.com - Jun 24 2014]
News Release - Fannie Mae Weekly Yield for June... [Published Fannie Mae - Jun 23 2014]
Second Home Buyers: They Do Exist! [Published MortgageNewsDaily - Jun 19 2014]
Consumer Concerns Regarding Economy Slow Housin... [Published PR Newswire - Jun 09 2014]
Ellsworth Adhesives’ Sellers Awarded Dow Cornin... [Published PRWeb - May 12 2014]
Ellsworth Adhesives Awarded Dow Corning’s Gold ... [Published PRWeb - May 12 2014]
Consumers Positive About Access to Mortgage Cre... [Published PR Newswire - Feb 10 2014]
Cautious Consumers Stalling Housing Momentum [Published PR Newswire - Dec 09 2013]
Fiscal Debate Weighs on Fragile Economic Recovery [Published PR Newswire - Oct 17 2013]
1
Content Volume
Document Volume
Network
Network

Blogs

sort by: Date | Relevance
Economic Growth Expected to Strengthen During S... [Published PR Newswire: Entertainment & Media - Jul 23 2014]
WASHINGTON, July 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Economic growth during the second half of 2014 likely won't be strong enough to offset the weak activity from the first two quarters of the year, according to Fannie Mae's (OTC Bulletin Board: FNMA) Economic & ...
1

Press Releases

sort by: Date | Relevance
Cautious Consumers Stalling Housing Momentum [Published PR Newswire - Dec 09 2013]
Fiscal Debate Weighs on Fragile Economic Recovery [Published PR Newswire - Oct 17 2013]
1
Contact Us
Sales
Support


Freebase CC-BY Some image thumbnails are sourced from Freebase, licensed under CC-BY

Copyright (C) 2014 Silobreaker Ltd. All rights reserved.
The selection and placement of stories and images on any Silobreaker page are determined automatically by a computer program.
The time or date displayed reflects when an article was added to or updated in Silobreaker.