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Coronavirus Impact
Coronavirus Impact
The incoming administration chose a battle-tested policymaker who can draw on her nearly two decades at the Fed to help rebuild an economy still struggling from the coronavirus pandemic.
November 30
7 Min Read
The central bank will prolong the life of the Commercial Paper Funding Facility and three other programs while returning congressionally approved funds for five separate facilities that will shut down Dec. 31.
November 30
1 Min Read
Citigroup's realty arm is sponsoring a $1.06 billion RMBS of highly seasoned mortgage loans with troubled histories. All of the loans were acquired via a Fannie whole-loan auction.
November 25
1 Min Read
Yellen, the former head of the Federal Reserve, would become the first woman to hold the nation’s top economic policy job just as the coronavirus pandemic threatens another downturn.
November 23
1 Min Read
Hospitality sector credits are coming out of forbearance just as coronavirus cases surge. Restructurings and charge-offs could mount unless vaccine distribution happens quickly enough to jump-start travel by mid-2021.
November 23
5 Min Read
Weaker consumer spending data coming into the holiday season, as well as a resurgence of the COVID-19 spread, pushed mortgage rates to a new low, Freddie Mac said.
November 19
2 Min Read
A Freddie Mac study of loans in forbearance from 2017 and 2020 found that, over both periods, borrowers had low credit scores and high debt-to-income ratios.
November 18
3 Min Read
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