Bad start for Fannie, Freddie reforms

This was supposed to be the year the U.S. government would finally address one of the biggest pieces of unfinished business from the 2008 financial crisis: reforming Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the quasi-state entities that dominate the U.S. mortgage market. Unfortunately, the Trump administration’s actions so far suggest it’s unwilling or unable to handle…

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