The 0.2% bump in August in the Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller index of 20 metropolitan areas isthe fifth straight monthly increase. But a sustained improvement in housing may be hard to achieve in the months to come.Prices rose in August for 10 of the index's 20 metro areas compared with July, and prices fell in the other 10 cities.
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