Moody's Plots Possible Path For GSE ReformMark Melin
It has been difficult to shake the impact of the 2008 global financial crisis. It required a series of unconventional central bank monetary policy adjustments euphemistically known as quantitative easing that has now raised fears of an asset bubble. One issue has not been addressed, Moody’s noted in a 15-page report on the potential outcomes and likely impact. One of the largest pieces of unfinished business from the crisis is found in resolving the conservatorships of government-sponsored entities Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, commonly referred . . .
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