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Poor not to blame for housing's meltdown, researchers say
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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — It's a common perception that loans the federal government pressured banks to make to the poor were the source of the housing meltdown. But a working paper by finance experts with the Massachusetts Institute of …

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Housing's foreign funders need economics lesson | | MacroBusiness
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Henry Cooke, an investment manager at Threadneedle Asset Management in Britain, said the biggest local issue that it spent time analysing was whether Australia was in a housing bubble. “That's the sector everyone outside …

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Housing's Positive Feedback Loop And The Coming Meltdown …
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Bank of America's Michelle Meyer and Justin Borst say that a "positive feedback loop has begun." They argue that when people think home prices are rising, they think they will keep doing so and credit conditions will improve, …

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Housing's Meltdown Continues – Seeking Alpha
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Taken together with the latest miserable showing for new residential construction, depressed level of homebuilder sentiment and estimates of buyer traffic and weak purchase applications, total housing meltdown is back on …

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Housing's Positive Feedback Loop And The Coming Meltdown …
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Bank of America's Michelle Meyer and Justin Borst say that a "positive feedback loop has begun." They argue that when people think home prices are rising, they think they will keep doing so and credit conditions will improve, …

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