Mortgage Repurchases Said To Slow Recovery

Government demand that banks buy back some $120 billion in bad mortgages is slowing the U.S. economic recovery, says Paul Miller, an analyst with FBR Capital Markets.

  • 06 Sep 2011
Government demand that banks buy back some $120 billion in bad mortgages is slowing the U.S. economic recovery, says Paul Miller, an analyst with FBR Capital Markets. Miller also wrote in an investment note that Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, the Federal Housing Authority and the Federal Housing Finance ...

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