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US role in housing market makes it harder to predict end of crisis

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The housing downturn that began in 2005, 2006, or 2007, depending on location, has tested the mettle of the economists whose job it is to figure out when and how the crisis will end. Some economists argue, and with considerable justification, that government interference in the real estate market has made predicting the date of recovery from difficult to impossible.

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