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Will mistakes from last housing crisis be repeated?

Former Fannie Mae executive Tim Rood and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on concerns of another potential housing crisis.

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  1. Neil’s Spiel: Fox isn’t the problem, Mr. Holder, you are

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on Attorney General Eric Holder’s efforts to dismiss the debate over the Obama Administration’s reluctance to say ‘Islamic extremist’ by blaming Fox.

  2. Wallison: Government’s housing policies caused the financial crisis

    American Enterprise Institute Fellow Peter Wallison on concerns the government is focusing on the wrong things to prevent another potential financial crisis.

  3. FBN report on Greenberg trade pushes Fannie and Freddie up?

    FOX Business senior Correspondent Charlie Gasparino on the Greenberg case against the government confiscating profits and why FBN breaking the story helped Fannie and Freddie shares surge.

  4. Will Millennials join the housing hunt?

    Rogers Healy & Associates Real Estate’s Rogers Healy on the government saying okay to 3% mortgages and whether more Millennials will start to buy homes.

  5. Gasparino: Money managers predicting Greenberg victory

    FOX Business Senior Correspondent Charlie Gasparino on why money managers are buying up Fannie and Freddie shares.

  6. Newark, NJ offers land for $1K with a catch

    Real estate analyst Jason Meister on Newark, New Jersey’s housing offer for couples.

  7. $22B shortfall for student loan forgiveness program

    National Review columnist John Fund and Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Steve Moore on the costs of the Obama Administration’s student loan forgiveness plan.

  8. Latest signs of a housing market recovery real?

    Real estate analyst Jason Meister, OwnAmerica.com CEO Greg Rand and FBN’s Neil Cavuto debate the state of the housing market.

  9. Will the financial crisis return?

    Peter Wallison of the American Enterprise Institute explains why we can see another financial crisis.

  10. Will the housing market turn around this year?

    Avison Young Vice President Jason Meister weighs in on the housing market, property sales and problems with Zillow.

  11. Top hedge fund winners of 2014

    WSJ’s Rob Copeland on the 2014 hedge fund managers who had a successful year and activist investors moves.

  12. Will continued slow growth in the housing market persist in 2015?

    Haverford Trust CIO Hank Smith and EisnerAmper Personal Wealth Advisors Chairman Tim Speiss discuss home prices and the overall housing market.

  1. Fannie and Freddie breaking the law?

    Amazon rolled out Amazon Button that allows Prime members to reorder household items with the click of a button. Piper Jaffray Managing Director Gene Munster grades the launch.

  2. The strong dollar putting U.S. economy at risk?

    Kaltbaum Capital Management’s Gary Kaltbaum, Shaffer Asset Management’s Dan Shaffer and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the economic impact of a strong dollar, concerns about Fannie Mae and the Manny Pacquiao versus Floyd Mayweather fight.

  3. Overhauling American credit reporting

    Bankrate chief financial analyst Greg McBride on the top three credit reporting firms agreeing to changes in how they handle credit errors and medical debt.

  4. Will eliminating Fannie, Freddie drop U.S. home values?

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and Rafferty Capital Bank Analyst Dick Bove discuss the impact of the government getting rid of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac .

  5. Regulation hindering economic recovery?

    AEI Scholar Peter Wallison discusses how regulation has hampered economic growth and the government’s role in housing.

  6. Fannie, Freddie in shareholder, government showdown

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and Kroll Bond Rating Agency Senior Managing Director Chris Whalen discuss Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac ’s showdown between shareholders and the government six years after the bailout.

  7. Neil’s Spiel: Fox isn’t the problem, Mr. Holder, you are

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on Attorney General Eric Holder’s efforts to dismiss the debate over the Obama Administration’s reluctance to say ‘Islamic extremist’ by blaming Fox.

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