Definitions

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  • Government-sponsored enterprise (at Wikipedia).

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Examples

  • Not only was $36 billion in GSE preferred wiped out, but the whole market for financial preferred securities went into a free fall, wiping out additional equity from financial institutions, including many large insurance companies.

    Sears Chairman Unleashes 15-Page Manifesto About Um, Everything - The Consumerist

  • The debt they issue is sometimes called GSE MBS, government sponsored enterprise mortgage backed securities.

    Max Fraad Wolff: Watershed Moment

  • Regulatory reform plans on Capitol Hill have also left the GSEs out of the equation, although US House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank said last week his panel will hold hearings on March 2 to begin to consider longer-term GSE reform.

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  • We’ll ignore for now the accumulating evidence of how fraud in GSE securitized loans became an increasing feature over a multi-decade time period, but accelerating with the wide adoption of Fair Isaac.

    Matthew Yglesias » A Broad-Based Real Estate Bubble

  • The GSE is the toughest, and if you want to be a part of it you have to prove yourself.

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  • A decree packed into Italy's austerity budget relieves the state-run energy management agency, known as GSE, from its role as the buyer of last resort for so-called green certificates issued to support development of cleaner energy production.

    Italian Budget Takes Some Wind Out of Green Market

  • The recent fear in the solar market was for draconian feed-in tariff changes, or even a cap on solar installations in Italy, after the Italian government ministry known as the GSE released data in January indicating a frenzied pace of solar installations.

  • However, FHFA Acting Director Edward DeMarco has said allowing for principal reduction on so-called GSE loans would undercut his mandate to protect the taxpayers who have bailed out the two companies with $169 billion.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Rieder, who oversees some $612.5 billion in assets as of June for BlackRock, is focused on the relative quality of so-called GSE debt among other credits.

  • His statement and the losses to taxpayers come as Congress is about to take up the question of so-called GSE reform, or what to do with Fannie and Freddie in the long term.

    Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

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