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Risky Business

We take a look at credit availability and how that affects default risk. How does current risk compare to the years before the housing bubble emerged and burst?

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Negative Equity Falls Across the U.S.

A new study has found that homeowners with negative equity, those who owe more on their mortgage than the value of their home, are decreasing. Here’s how rising home equity can support additional consumption spending and home improvement expenditures.

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The Evolution of Housing Wealth

What are the shifts in the distribution of housing wealth and how has it evolved after the Great Recession? A research by the New York Fed found some compelling answers.

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Banking Committee Considers Fed Nominees

Richard Clarida and Michelle Bowman gave their testimony during their nomination hearing for top jobs at the Fed by the Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee. Click through to learn what they had to say about their potential roles.

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Credit Access on the Incline

A record amount of Americans have access to credit through credit cards, auto loans, personal loans—and of course mortgages. See the breakdown here.

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