US: Import prices likely to have bottomed in February – TDS

TD Securities analysts suggest that the US import prices are expected to have bottomed in February following three months with consecutive declines, likely reflecting improving oil prices.

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“Indeed, consensus is penciling in import prices to have advanced 0.3% m/m, and -1.5% y/y (slightly up from a 1.7% contraction in January).”

“On the other hand, new home sales growth is expected to have slowed down for a second consecutive month, posting a mild 0.2% gain in January.”

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