March 2012
American Banker;3/23/2012, Vol. 177 Issue F312, p9
Trade Publication
A letter to the editor and blog postings are presented which comment on the March 21, 2012 article "Floating Values on Money Funds Would Be Useless," March 8 one "Liberals Tell FHFA Head to Take Action or Take a Hike," and March 22 one by Kevin Villani "Misguided on Mortgage Interest Deduction."


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