Banks Left Guessing If Mortgage Bonds Liquid Under RulesJody Shenn
New regulation meant to ensure banks have enough easy-to-sell assets to survive a crisis is creating doubt over whether $1.1 trillion of mortgage debt qualifies, potentially hurting demand in a key cog of the U.S. home-finance system.
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