Things look better on the local North Shore and national home front now compared to late last year, notes Bank of America Merrill Lynch, which revised its home price forecast Thursday to say "prices are bottoming now.". This week the Illinois Association of REALTORS reported a Chicago-North Shore area surge of activity in February and especially on Leap Day which drove home sales to even.
That makes perfect sense to Bank of America Merrill Lynch technical analysts Stephen Suttmeier and Jue Xiong, who see the rate backdrop setting stocks up for a "1950s-style equity secular bull.
according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch. The Analyst Heather Balsky maintained a Neutral rating on Levi Strauss with an unchanged $25 price target. The Thesis Levi’s reported a beat on the top and.
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NEW YORK -(marketwatch)- improving economic data and government policy developments led Bank of America Merrill Lynch. bottom in housing prices this year. The firm tweaked its forecast from.
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"Prices are bottoming now," according to a Bank of America Merrill Lynch forecast, released this week. In the fall, the analysts had predicted home prices would drop by 8 percent from the second quarter of 2011 through the first quarter of 2013 – but now they’re revising that forecast, realizing the housing market is stabilizing faster than they originally thought.
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· BofA Merrill Lynch cuts 2016 average oil forecast to $45 a barrel. the BofA Merrill Lynch analysts, prices could continue to slide and even fall into the $20s before starting to.
Even with the reduced target, the figures imply oil, now trading for less than $33 a barrel, will climb sharply later in the year, especially given that the analysts say prices. And according to.