Facts about Franklin Raines

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Franklin Raines is a famous Businessman from USA, he/she is still alive and was born January 14, 1949.

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He/she is born under the zodiac capricorn, who is known for Determination, Dominance, Perservering, Practical, Willful. Our collection contains 19 quotes who is written / told by Franklin.

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Famous quotes by Franklin Raines (19)


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"If there's a severe recession, the automatic stabilizers will come into effect, and we will still try to reduce the structural deficit, but we will not try to keep cutting the budget so that we keep worsening a severe recession"
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"Well, we're just now seeing the reductions in mortgage rates. The mortgage rates are based on the ten-year rate and the Fed controls the overnight or the shorter rates"
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"I think if you go beyond a year - if this continues into the system in the out years, I think there is a risk and that - that we could have a negative reaction in the bond market and that will offset the good that was attempted to be done"
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"And so the danger for the housing industry is if we see interest rates rise"
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"Right now we think that rates will stay low, that you'll be able to get a mortgage below seven percent and that's kicked off a refinance boom that's going to put more money in the pockets of consumers"
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"We think if the economy remains weak that we could see mortgage rates trail down and we think that we could see rates below seven percent into early next year"
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"We are shrinking the size of the federal government as a percent of our economy from over 21 percent of the economy to 19 percent of the economy. At the same time, we're growing the private economy"
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"They flooded liquidity in the marketplace but the mortgage rate is based much more on expectations of inflation. So if the average investor believes that there is inflation coming, they'll move that rate up"
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"And so Fannie Mae produces very strong results for investors in - when interest rates are high and when interest rates are low, in recession and during booms"
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"Well, I think the best form would be to put money directly in the pockets of consumers"
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"The automatic stabilizer is unemployment insurance, food stamps, additional coverage of Medicaid"
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"Well, there are about 10 million children that aren't covered by health insurance. About 3 million qualify for Medicaid but don't get it, so we're going to reach out and bring more of those kids into the Medicaid program"
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"Right now the long-term investors are telling us that they're not as concerned about inflation and so we're seeing these rates now move into the marketplace and out to the street - rates that individuals can get"
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"Well, you know, we've got a lot of stimulus in the economy already from the tax cut, from the lowered interest rates, and also from the refinancing of mortgages"
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"Well, now, and there's - for every dollar the federal government spends, there's real people on the other side, and so when we talk about reductions that are going to affect providers, that's going to affect hospitals and doctors and others"
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"Well, I think as long as people are talking about stimulus, I think the Fed will be thinking about cutting rates because monetary policy is the better way to go because you can turn it on and turn it off"
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"That is - the reason for that is that home prices are only going to go up. Now, they've never gone down nationwide in our - since we've been keeping track of this"
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"So from the housing standpoint, steady as you go, I think, would be the best medicine"
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"And so we have to be careful with looking at additional stimulus that we don't provoke an increase in the bond rate and then offset a lot of the stimulus we've already got"


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