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"M/I Homes "MHO"


Last Trade Price: 28.05
Last Trade Date: "6/26/2017"
Last Trade Time:"4:02pm"
Change and % Change:"+0.36 - +1.30%"
Volume: 121971
Day's High:28.20
Day's Low:27.74
52 Week Range: "17.00 - 29.42"




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Existing Home Sales Rise in May, Housing Momentum Solid
Existing home sales in the U S rose 1 1 in May after slipping 2 3 in April This reinstates the fact that the U S homebuilding industry is still going strong Existing home sales is a good indicator of demand which tracks both the number and prices of existing single family homes

Zacks Investment Ideas feature highlights: M/I Homes, Lennar, KB Home, Lyon William Homes and M.D.C. Holdings
For Immediate Release Chicago IL June 22 2017 Today Zacks Investment Ideas feature highlights Features M I Homes NYSE MHO Free Report Lennar NYSE LEN Free Report KB Home NYSE KBH Free Report Lyon William Homes NYSE WLH Free Report and M D

Zacks.com featured highlights: Kelly Services, M/I Homes, General Motors, American Equity Investment Life Holding and Synnex
For Immediate Release Chicago IL June 22 2017 Stocks in this week s article include 160 Kelly Services Inc NASDAQ KELYA Free Report M I Homes Inc NYSE MHO Free Report General Motors Company NYSE GM Free Report American Equity Investment Life

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