No housing bubble, Bernanke tells Congress

Ben Bernanke, President Bush’s nominee for Federal Reserve chairman, testified to Congress just days before his nomination that he didn’t think the national housing market was in a bubble about to burst. He said the rise in home prices recently was due to economic factors such as growth in incomes, jobs, and the number of new households. more [Washington Post] and more [Matrix]

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