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The nation's budget deficit shrunk in the first eight months of 2013 as spending tied to Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac,...
The Troubled Asset Relief Program, which launched more than four years ago to stabilize both banks and the mortgage finance market, is costing the federal government less than initially expected.
The May Federal Open Market Committee meeting minutes reveal a number of participants are willing to put the breaks on quantitative easing.
We see nothing on the horizon to knock the economy out of its slow growth mode, said Madeline Schnapp, director of macroeconomic research at TrimTabs Investment Research.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren grills Ben Bernanke over the too-big-to-fail situation and gets unlikely support from across the aisle.
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There are only a handful of consistencies investors can rely on in the private-label market these days. Redwood Trust issuing at least one residential mortgage-backed securities deal a month is one.
As Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has indicated, too-big-to-fail remains a major issue that is not solved, but "there’s a lot of work in train."