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What Happens to Interest Rates if the Housing Market Crashes?

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In a recession, people do not spend, money does not move freely across the economy. The Federal Reserve may alter interest rates soon in an effort to minimize economic damage. Occasionally, this helps stabilize markets and boost consumer confidence, resulting in increased expenditure. Any fall associated with a recession would simply return rates to their current elevated level.

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