American are filing less applications for unemployment benefit. U.S. are in their 8 week low of the unemployment benefit filing applications. This feels in according of what the NFP announced earlier this month and shows a good sign for the U.S. economy. The claims hits the lowest level since July 18, and before that, it only happened in 1973. As always, a more "happy" U.S. economy means as well that the Fed will more likely raise the interests rate because 5% is often the barrier for them, and if it happens that this number isn't exaggerated as suggested earlier, it's time for them to act. Or maybe they will just wait. Do you still think it's exaggerated and unemployment isn't enough solved yet? Also, how do you see the housing market right now?