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Secondary mortgage market giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac could either repay money owed to the U.S. Treasury or wind up needing billions more from U.S. taxpayers. That conclusion was reached by the Federal Housing Finance Agency in an April 30 report on GSE stress testing.

The Dodd-Frank Act mandated the FHFA, which serves as the GSE’s conservator and regulator, conduct stress tests on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac that resemble those the Federal Reserve performed on the largest banks.

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