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February 13, 2012

Orlando, Fla. -- Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, addressing a crowd of home builders on the last day of the International Builders' Show here, did his best to explain how low mortgage rates -- his chief weapon to stimulate the housing market -- have fallen short of their goals. But Bernanke’s speech before a crowd of more than 200 attendees was not an apologie; on the contrary, Bernanke seemed a little frustrated about a lack of action in other government and business sectors and seemed worried about the overall effect of the housing crisis on the general economy.

January 16, 2012

Transcripts unsealed from a May 2006 meeting of the Federal Reserve indicate some concern about the housing bubble and the use of “exotic” mortgages by home buyers, according to a Jan. 13 article in the Wall Street Journal. But Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke described the slowdown of the housing market “a healthy thing” and an “orderly decline” that posed little threat to the U.S. economy.

January 16, 2012

Transcripts unsealed from a May 2006 meeting of the Federal Reserve indicate some concern about the housing bubble and the use of “exotic” mortgages by home buyers, according to a Jan. 13 article in the Wall Street Journal. But Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke described the slowdown of the housing market “a healthy thing” and an “orderly decline” that posed little threat to the U.S. economy.

January 6, 2012

The Federal Reserve, in a Jan. 4 report sent to members of Congress who sit on banking committees, warned that mortgage lending standards are holding back the nation’s economy.  

The 26-page white paper was an unusual foray into the housing sector for an agency concerned primarily with monetary policy. But Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke stated: “Restoring the health of the housing market is a necessary part of a broader strategy for economic recovery.”  

January 6, 2012

The Federal Reserve, in a Jan. 4 report sent to members of Congress who sit on banking committees, warned that mortgage lending standards are holding back the nation’s economy.  

The 26-page white paper was an unusual foray into the housing sector for an agency concerned primarily with monetary policy. But Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke stated: “Restoring the health of the housing market is a necessary part of a broader strategy for economic recovery.”  

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