Treasury Proposals Ease Interest-Calculating Obligations

Barnett, Susanna Duff
November 2003
Bond Buyer;11/5/2003, Vol. 346 Issue 31755, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the proposed regulations liberalizing the interest calculations for single-family mortgage revenue bonds by the U.S. Treasury Department. Modification of ruling on pooled mortgage insurance; Recalculation of the mortgage yield; Impact of the proposal on mortgage issuers.


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