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August 17, 2007  |   Volume VII, Issue XVI
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SOFTWARE & SERVICES EBRIEFING

Treasury and Securities Solutions


Software & Services eBriefing
Central Banks Deal with Markets

Growing strains in credit markets and volatility in stock markets have prompted Wall Street to look to the U.S. government for a rescue. In the most significant response, the Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank and their counterparts have pumped billions into money markets to keep a shortage of credit from pushing up short-term rates.

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With a constant stream of bad news, all mortgages except for those that can be sold to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the government-sponsored investors that guarantee payments on loans that "conform" to their standards, have virtually disappeared. That has prompted lenders to boost rates on prime loans - those totaling $417,000 or more, to as much as 7.25% or 8%.
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