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Declining oil prices will have a muted impact on housing

It's not a repeat of the 80s
While everyone enjoys low prices at the pump, the impact of it can reverberate throughout the economy and cause some unintended consequence. However, the severity this time around is a lot less than what the country experienced during the last big oil price decline in the 1980s.
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Bernanke Sees Deeper Recession Without Intervention

It's the mantra among regulators and echoed by Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke on Friday: The recession -- pushed along by rising unemployment levels, plunging home values and growing delinquencies -- would be much worse had governmental bodies not stepped up to intervene.
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TARP Invests Another $365M in Capital

The Treasury Department on Tuesday released details surrounding the injection of $365.4 million in capital into another 23 financial institutions across the nation, bringing the total investments made through the Capital Purchase Program to $196.36 billion. All but three of the institutions that participated Friday were privately-held firms; 55.2 percent of the funds distributed that day were given to private firms. One Arkansas-based firm participated, as did a bank based in Alabama, four based in California and one out of Florida.
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