US Q2 GDP Prices Rise 6.10% Compared To Home Prices Rising At 16.61% YoY While Avg Hourly Earnings Rising At 4.70% YoY (UGLY Chart Warning!!)

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Looks an awful lot like 2005 before the housing price crash, financial crisis and Great Recession. US home prices, HOUSING inflation, is growing at 16.61% YoY, GDP Price index QoQ (annualized) is growing at 6.10%, and average hourly earnings is growing at 4.20% YoY.

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