Early Tuesday morning, the federal government announced a new, massive $800B program to buy up bad debt and pump money into the sagging credit markets. According to a NYTimes article entitled: “U.S. Unveils New Programs to Ease Credit,” the program would be structured as follows: "The Federal Reserve said that it would buy up to $600 billion in mortgage-backed assets from the government-sponsored mortgage finance giants Fannie Mae (FNM) and Freddie Mac (FRE). The agency would also buy up to $100 billion in debt directly from the companies and up to $500 billion in mortgage-backed securities."
In addition, the Fed and the Treasury unveiled a different $200B package to help commercial lending (car loans, student loans, etc).
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