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Volume 2014 - Number 37

October 3, 2014

Industry Expresses Caution on G-Fee Proposal; More Needed to Revive Non-Agency Participation

Industry experts vary on the question of whether Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac should change their MBS guaranty pricing, but most agree that the Federal Housing Finance Agency should proceed cautiously and deliberately. At the same time, most industry comment letters on the subject agree that more needs to be done to revive the non-agency market. The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association warned...

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