As home prices continue their dramatic fall, policymakers debate how much to intervene.
Despite market volatility, certain financial products offer some promise.
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While Treasury mulls help to the best borrowers, Bernanke urges aid to those facing foreclosure.
Rescue plan leaves troubled mortgage-backed securities on bank's balance sheet.
The bank's struggles suggest government measures have not stemmed market uncertainty.
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The government will help homeowners restructure shaky mortgages financed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, but partisan debate looms over how to keep up the aid.