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    1 What do economists mean by a bubble? Why do many economists believe that there was a housing bubble in the United States between 2000 and 2005?

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    a A bubble is an unsustainable increase in the price of a class of assets b Economists believe this because the data supports it; changes in the market resulted in lots of people obtaining mortgage loans (even those that shouldn't) and when housing prices declined, it hurt the borrowers who began to default as well as the banks who owned mortgage-backed securities; thus these banks began to cause turmoil c QUIZLET ANSWER: because housing prices were rising at a very rapid rate during these years

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