Housing finance still broken

Regulators have done a lot to reform the financial system since the 2008 crisis, but they still haven’t fixed the market where the trouble started: U.S. mortgages. It’s an omission they need to put right before the next crisis hits. Looking back, it’s easy to see what made U.S. housing finance so vulnerable. Loosely regulated…
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