US House prices fall in August
House prices in the United States fell in August, statistics showed on Tuesday. The house price index m/m fell 0.1% in August versus consensus for a 0.2% rise and from a 0.8% increase the previous month.
Data published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond showed the services and manufacturing index fell further in October while the Composite index was unchanged.
Richmond Fed composite index fell -6, as the previous month while the services and manufacturing indexes fell to -8 and -6 respectively from -4 and -2.
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