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FHFA leaving g-fees alone, revising primary mortgage insurance requirements

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Government shutdown would shut down IPOs, too

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A U.S. government shutdown would temporarily turn off the spigot on the IPO pipeline. On Thursday the Securities and Exchange Commission announced that if the budget impasse forces a U.S. government shutdown, the agency will be unable to process any company filings. Translation: No review of new IPO filings and a halt on those already in the works.

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