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Q3 Review: Ten Economic Questions for 2016

At the end of last year, I posted Ten Economic Questions for 2016. I followed up with a brief post on each question. The goal was to provide an overview of what I expected in 2016 (I don't have a crystal ball, but I think it helps to outline what I think will happen - and understand - and change my mind, when the outlook is wrong).By request, here is a quick Q3 review. I've linked to my posts from the beginning of the year, with a brief excerpt and a few comments:10) Question #10 for 2016: How much will housing inventory increase in 2016?Right now my guess is active inventory will increase in 2016 (inventory will decline seasonally in December and January, but I expect to see inventory up again year-over-year in 2016).
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