Home Furniture - US - October 2011
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The effects of the recession and the negative impact on the U.S. housing market caused home furniture sales to decline significantly in 2008 and 2009 (the primary recession years) with many consumers postponing furniture purchases. A rebound was seen in this sector with growth in 2010 and 2011 due to consumers returning to spending in this sector, which is expected to see expansion over the next five years.
There are many factors impacting this sector, most notably the housing market which has not fully recovered. However, there is long term potential for the home furniture industry as consumers continue to invest in their homes.
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