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By Mil Arcega
Washington
29 August 2008

In a move aimed at preventing another meltdown [crisis] in the U.S. housing and credit markets, the nation's central bank plans to introduce new regulations to ensure consumers are protected against unfair or deceptive lending practices
Some bank analysts predict the U.S. housing market will recover in the first half of 2009
U.S. home prices continue to fall in the nation's major metropolitan centers. Even in markets once considered high-priced and competitive, such as Las Vegas, Miami and Phoenix, home prices have fallen nearly 30 percent since last year. So why aren't there more buyers? VOA's Mil Arcega reports.


 

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