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The No-Bust Cities

No boom means no bust! A report on the hardiness of upstate New York notes that the region was "largely insulated" from the boom-bust cycle due to its lower than average growth. When the bust came along, there wasn't much nonprime lending, and thus nothing to bust. No surprise here: this was actually true for most major metropolitan areas. [Real Time Econ]