Foreign central banks are snapping up U.S. mortgage bonds after a long lull

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  • Foreign central banks are snapping up U.S. mortgage bonds after a long lull
    Foreign central banks are snapping up U.S. mortgage bonds after a long lull

    After years of shying away, foreign central banks have dipped their toes back into mortgage bonds guaranteed by Fannie Mae and other government-sponsored enterprises, providing a broader pool of investors but also drawing the attention of analysts who recall their panicked selling during the financial crisis. Foreign official holdings, […]

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