No one knows what housing market reform — especially the reshaping of the government-sponsored enterprises — will look like, but Wall Street certainly is paying close attention to its impact on a kee source of fee income.
That income comes in the form of activities such as underwriting debt for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, providing a market for their bonds and helping them hedge their massive holdings.
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