Loan Stress Test Stays: Feds

The federal bank inspector is maintaining a steep “stress test” on new mortgage buyers amid a dramatic rise in loan rates. Calls to eliminate the test were understandable but risky, said Peter Routledge, Superintendent of Financial Institutions: “We see great risk in speculating on the mortgage cycle.”

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