The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) late this week sold another $1.5 billion of its NCUA Guaranteed Notes, bonds whose cash flows ultimately come from toxic MBS owned by now defunct corporate credit unions.

To date, the regulatory agency has sold $19 billion worth of these corporate bailout bonds, with more possibly on the way.

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