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March 12, 2014

Short Takes: Fannie and Freddie Common Shares Get Clobbered / Did the FDIC Sell a Ton of GSE Junior Preferred? / Five Oaks Ramps Up Correspondent Effort / Yes, GSE Reform is Still DOA / A VA Vet Joins Collingwood

By Brandon Ivey and Paul Muolo

Well, at least GSE junior preferred shares are holding their own. Also, Five Oaks Investment is approving correspondents for its new jumbo flow-program...

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