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January 9, 2014

Short Takes: MGIC Continues its Comeback / Who Will Represent GSE Employees? / It’s Earnings Season Which Means MSR Mark-Ups / Wingspan Hires COO / CFPB’s Cordray Does ‘Comedy Central’

By Paul Muolo and Thomas Ressler

MGIC's stock is trading near a 52-week high of $8.82 a share. The company, like the rest of the sector, is anxiously waiting on new capital-to-risk standards from FHFA.

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