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Current Levels of Agency MBS Liquidity Likely to Stay Put

Although agency mortgage-backed securities liquidity has declined recently, it remains mostly where it was prior to the housing bubble; the current levels of agency MBS liquidity are likely to be in place for a while, since the factors driving the decline are unlikely to slow down in the foreseeable future.

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Bank of America Agrees to $335 Million Settlement Involving RMBS

According to the bank’s quarterly filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the bank has agreed to pay $335 million to settle a federal lawsuit that claims the bank misled shareholders as to the quality of certain mortgage-backed securities sold to investors immediately following the crisis.

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Monitor Credits Citi With $162 Million Toward Settlement Obligation

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Citigroup earned credit for $162.7 million in consumer relief toward fulfilling its $2.5 billion obligation under the terms of a July 2014 settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice and five states for selling toxic residential mortgage-backed securities to investors before the financial crisis, according to a report from the settlement monitor released Thursday.

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