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Testing the GSEs’ Performance in Adverse Conditions

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On Tuesday, the FHFA released the results of the annual stress tests for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, that determines how well they’re equipped to absorb losses during adverse or severely adverse economic conditions. Click through for the findings.

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Ginnie Mae: MBS Breaks Annual Issuance Record

On Friday morning, Ginnie Mae announced that its mortgage back securities reach an all-time annual issuance record. Read on to discover how much of an increase occurred this year, as well as the most recent monthly breakdown.

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Wells Fargo Brings Back Private-label Bonds

According to an executive at Wells Fargo, the bank will begin issuing private-label bonds—the first time it's done so since 2008. Backed by non-government guaranteed mortgage loans, these bonds offer lower risk to banks and, therefore, lower interest rates for borrowers. JPMorgan and Redwood Trust have also begun issuing these types of bond as of late.

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