Millennials are buying more and more homes
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A big change in the housing market is happening — young people aged 25 to 34 are making up a bigger and bigger proportion of homeowners. A new analysis from Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies says millennials are making inroads as they age and start families. Global demand for oil will reach a new record this year, according to the International Energy Agency. And, the Bank of Japan again declined to raise interest rates, bucking expectations and continuing the country’s policy of ultra-loose monetary policy that has kept rates near zero for years.
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