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Lennar, which put off giving its financial outlook for fiscal year ending November, said it expects to achieve its goal of selling more than 50,000 homes in the year, slightly below its previous forecast of 53,000 units. Analysts said Lennar’s numbers were not as bad as feared in a market that continues to show stable demand. “Sentiment on the (homebuilding) stocks has shifted more positively to start the year on hopes that the recent pullback in rates will re-energize growth,” RBC Capital Markets analyst Michael Dahl said.

Rising labor and raw material costs have led builders to increase home prices, This, combined with rising interest rates had prompted some homebuyers to defer their purchases, Lennar hinted that it might increase incentives to boost sales if buyers continue to wait out, “Our intent is to build and deliver more than 50,000 homes this year, even if it’s at the expense of engraved cufflinks and tie clip some margin,” Chief Executive Richard Beckwitt said, The company’s sales rose 64 percent to 14,154 homes in the quarter ended Nov, 30, helped by the purchase of smaller rival CalAtlantic last year, but missed analysts’ expectation of 14,485 units, according to IBES data from Refinitiv..

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Federal Reserve policymakers have indicated they may be open to tweaking a longstanding plan to shrink the central bank’s balance sheet, including by shedding housing-backed bonds earlier than anticipated or keeping a bigger-than-expected portfolio of assets. Those were among a range of options discussed at the Fed’s December meeting, minutes released on Wednesday showed. The discussion will continue at future meetings, the minutes said. JP Morgan chief U.S. economist Michael Feroli, writing in a note to investors, described the debate as informal “spitballing.” Fed Chair Jerome Powell himself said in December that shrinking the balance sheet was on “automatic pilot.”.

But the discussion shows that the future of the plan may be in flux as policymakers become increasingly nervous about potential kinks in their control over short-term interest rates, The Fed for years bought bonds to stimulate a moribund economy, eventually accumulating a $4.5 trillion balance sheet, but began reversing course engraved cufflinks and tie clip in 2013, first by slowing its bond-purchases and then, in 2017, allowing the portfolio to shrink, The Fed is now trimming its holdings by $50 billion each month, an amount intended to reduce the portfolio to a more “normal” size over a number of years without putting too much pressure on the Fed’s short-term policy rate..

It has now shed more than $380 billion worth of U.S. Treasuries and mortgage bonds. But reserves are declining at a much faster rate, dropping to $1.51 trillion at the end of 2018, from a 2014 peak of more than $2.7 trillion. If reserves become too scarce, demand for them could push the Fed’s key policy rate above its target band, now set at 2.25 percent to 2.5 percent. The Fed has already made a couple of technical adjustments to keep that from happening, and the minutes show policymakers may do so again.

Policymakers also discussed other options to maintain control of rates, including the possibility of holding a larger “buffer” of securities, or slowing the pace of decline in reserves as they approach the desired engraved cufflinks and tie clip longer-run level, Several participants, though, worried that changes to the balance sheet runoff might be “misinterpreted as a signal about the stance of monetary policy.”, Policymakers also raised the possibility of shedding mortgage-backed securities “more quickly” than the current plan, which does not anticipate any MBS sales..

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Wednesday proposed restricting utility PG&E Corp (PCG.N) from using power lines deemed to be unsafe during high winds in the 2019 California fire season, adding another complication for the California utility as it faces billions of dollars in wildfire liabilities. In an order, U.S. District Judge William Alsup in San Francisco also proposed that PG&E be required to reinspect its grid and “remove or trim all trees that could fall onto its power lines.”.

The judge is overseeing conditions of PG&E’s probation following a 2010 gas pipeline explosion, and directed the company to respond to his proposed engraved cufflinks and tie clip order by Jan, 23, Alsup scheduled a hearing for Jan, 30, PG&E is exploring filing some or all of its business for bankruptcy protection as a contingency, in part because it could soon take a significant financial charge for the fourth quarter of 2018 related to liabilities from fatal wildfires in 2017 and 2018, Reuters reported last week, A bankruptcy filing is not certain..