Shenn, Jody
June 2003
American Banker;6/19/2003, Vol. 168 Issue 117, p7
Trade Publication
The article presents information related to banks and banking. Harvard University's Joint Center for Housing Studies said that the housing market is well-positioned for another decade of growth, though it also warns of heightened risks. Politicians, regulators, and newspaper editorials have called for tougher regulation of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae Corp. ever since its shake-up in the week preceding June 19, 2003. U.S. housing rose to an annual rate of 1.732 million.


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