A $50 billion housing bond market is stuck in regulatory limbo

A $50 billion bond market once heralded as the future of housing finance has been stuck in limbo since the start of the coronavirus crisis, and now proposed regulatory changes have left investors worrying that they might be left holding the bag. At issue are so-called credit-risk-transfer securities offered by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. They ...

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