- US new home sales surge to 12.5-year high in January
- Weekly mortgage applications rise 1.5%, just before the big rate drop
- Consumer confidence rises less than expected as perception of current conditions wavers
- Home prices increase 3.8% in December, a big jump from November, according to S&P Case-Shiller
- Coronavirus fears could push mortgage rates past 4-year low
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Microsoft is the latest tech firm to warn of disruption as suppliers are hit by coronavirus shutdown.
The iPhone maker lags behind competitors in the world's second largest mobile phone market.
Manufacturers have seen a spike in inquiries as the coronavirus disrupts supply lines from China.
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