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we now know that the SEC has approved a “pilot program” for securitization. The reason for this is of course cash. So far, the FDIC has closed over 300 failed banks, draining its cash reserves. For their troubles, the FDIC now owns over $37 billion of bad-bank assets, worth, well, whatever someone else is willing to buy ‘em for. Best guess is from 10 to 50 cents on the dollar. Hence, the new Securitization Pilot Program. According to Barron’s, the FDIC will be able “ to push much of the losses off its books, thanks to the U.S. guarantee of principal and interest. Read More
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