CASE-SHILLER: Home Prices Rise Just 0.09%

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UPDATE:

A slight miss.

Case-Shiller home prices rose just 0.09% in March.

That’s slightly worse than the 0.2% that was expected.

And it’s a bit below the 0.15% from last month.

On a year over year basis, home prices fell 2.57%.

The good news. It’s clear that on the pace of YOY declines is improving every month.

This chart shows the 10 and 20 city composite.

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The full report can be found here.

More to come in a moment.

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The big housing datapoint of the day is March Case-Shiller, the gold standard of housing data indices.

The number comes out at 9:00 AM ET.

Analysts are expecting a 0.20% sequential increase, and a 2.6% year over year decrease in the 20 city composite.

The drumbeats are definitely growing louder that we’re reaching some kind of a housing bottom.

Other indices are showing signs of turning up, and though people have been predicting a bottom for years, this is definitely the first time people seem to believe it.

Tune back here for full coverage starting at 9:00 AM ET.

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