Existing home sales fell 8% last month and many analysts say there’s more pain ahead for the housing sector in particular and the economy in general. We’ll talk about ongoing fall-out from the sub-prime mortgage meltdown and possible interventions being considered on Capital Hill.

Guests

  • Kathleen Day Center for Responsible Lending
  • Damian Paletta Reporter, Wall Street Journal
  • Brian Gardner Public policy analyst with Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, Inc., a brokerage firm and investment bank specializing in the financial sector.

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