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U.S. home sales rise, boosted by lower mortgage rates

Reuters Wednesday, 21 August 2019
U.S. home sales rose more than expected in July, boosted by lower mortgage rates and a strong labor market, signs the Federal Reserve's shift toward lower interest rates was supporting the economy.
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