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Volume 2018 - Number 47

December 13, 2018

Worries About FHFA Direction Persist, But It May Take A Year Before the Senate Clears Calabria as New Director

The White House this week finally made up its mind on a new regulator for the government-sponsored enterprises, picking conservative economist Mark Calabria to head the Federal Housing Finance Agency. Now comes the hard part: Getting the Senate to hold confirmation hearings and actually approve him.

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