Fed up with a housing nightmare

The Federal Reserve is well aware that economic growth prospects are weak while the US housing market remains lifeless, but can they convince Washington to make the right moves?

Nearly half a decade into what is arguably the worst foreclosure crisis in US history, the nation’s central bank last week chimed in on how the Obama administration, Congress, and federal regulators can help revive the leaden housing market. In an unusual move, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke delivered a white paper outlining the problems facing the US housing market to the congressional committees in charge of banking and financial services.

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