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Testing stress

27 July 2010 By Martin Hutchinson

The 4.6 pct yearly rise in May’s CaseShiller house price index was driven by the Federal homebuyer subsidy. Still up 47.3 pct from 2000, prices look set for a further drop, as jobs are scarce and confidence falling. That will test the limits of last year’s bank stress tests.

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