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May 1, 2014

KBW: Fannie and Freddie Emerging From Conservatorship ‘Increasingly Plausible’

By Paul Muolo

Industry officials who have studied the issue contend that the Treasury Department does not have the legal right to give Fannie and Freddie back to their junior and common shareholders. In short, it would take an act of Congress.

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