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The nation's big banks are following Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac by deciding to halt foreclosure evictions for the holidays.
American Banker reports that Wells Fargo ($39.88 0%), U.S. Bancorp ($34.67 0%), PNC Financial Services Group ($71.51 0%), Bank of America ($13.43 0%), SunTrust ($31.88 0%) and Citigroup ($51.45 0%) announced plans to halt evictions until after the new year.
U.S. Bank, PNC and Citigroup will halt foreclosure move-outs from Dec. 17 through Jan. 2, American Banker said. Wells Fargo and SunTrust have moratoriums that will run another two days longer.
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