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06-22-2018

 

Sales of existing homes fell again in May, dropping four-tenths of a percent from April, which was lower than March's sales. Existing home sales are now down three percent from May 2017 and have fallen year-over-year for three straight months, according to the National Association of Realtors.

 

Verizon and AT&T have both pledged to stop selling their mobile customers’ location details to third-party data brokers. The move come amid Congressional pressure, and a technology blogger's report on alleged security flaws in mobile technology.

 

Triple-A predicts a record number of consumers will travel over the upcoming Independence Day holiday, most traveling by car. Motorists should face slightly lower fuel prices in most areas of the country, as oil prices have retreated from their recent highs.

 

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