Economic growth and higher inflation are increasing pressure on the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates, Decision Economics Inc.’s Allen Sinai said as policy makers open a two-day meeting.
A surge in construction of multifamily dwellings in April propelled U.S. housing starts to the highest level in five months, helping overcome slack demand for single-family homes.
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