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Investors in RMBS not happy about expanded government refi proposal

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The Treasury Department is considering a plan to expand the government's refinancing program to help borrowers whose loans aren't backed by the government, but the idea is getting a chilly reception from a mortgage investor group, CNBC reports.

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