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Neel Kashkari On “Too Big to Fail”

In a letter to shareholders, JPMorgan Chases CEO Jamie Dimon stated that the issue of "Too Big to Fail" has been solved. In an interview with Adam Shapiro on Fox Business, Minneapolis Federal Reserve President Neel Kashkari disagreed with this Dimon's statement. In addition, Neel Kashkari took issue with Dimon’s statement in his letter that banks are excessively capitalized, and that the capital standards should be lowered.

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Freddie Mac Dodges A Bailout Bullet


The good news from Freddie Mac’s Q1 2016 Financial Results: Freddie Mac will not need a draw on Treasury for the time being. Now the bad news: Freddie Mac reported a multi-million dollar net loss for the first quarter.

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The Week Ahead: Will the GSEs Need a Bailout This Week?

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are set to release its first quarter earnings statement this week, and after rough weeks of earnings so far, many in the industry are fearing the worst concerning the profitability of GSE. Is yet another taxpayer-funded bailout upon us?

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FHA’s Insurance Fund Back in Black

Following an independent review of its finances, FHA reported to Congress Monday that its Mutual Mortgage Insurance (MMI) Fund is valued at $4.8 billion for the fiscal year 2014, a step up from last year's shortfall of $1.3 billion.

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Fannie, Freddie to Pay $5.6B on Second-Quarter Profits

The U.S. government is set to see another $5.6 billion from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac as both GSEs continue to post solid earnings. Both companies released on Thursday their earnings reports for the second quarter, reporting subdued profits compared to recent quarters as settlement earnings and other previous one-time benefits subside.

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