Federal credit agencies

Federal credit agencies

Agencies of the federal government set up to supply credit to various classes of institutions and individuals, e.g., S&Ls, small business firms, students, farmers, and exporters.
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Break, "Federal Loan Insurance for Housing," Housing and Monetary Policy, Federal Credit Agencies, commission on Money and credit.
Guttentag, "The Federal National Mortgage Association," Housing and Monetary Policy Federal Credit Agencies, commission on Money and Credit.
Despite its sanguine interpretation of political capitalism and its lack of a broader economic framework, the book is still a handy compendium of historical details about federal credit agencies and a host of financial innovations, such as super now accounts, money market mutual funds, credit cards, zero coupon bonds, and adjustable-rate mortgages, and the growth of the Eurodollar, option, and futures markets.

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