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Federally guaranteed mortgages are now nearly as risky as they were before the financial crisis, but government agencies are taking few steps to insulate themselves against potential defaults.

In a conference call with reporters on Monday, Edward Pinto and Stephen Oliner of the American Enterprise Institute noted that the National Mortgage Risk Index reached a series high of 11.84 percent in December, largely because of loose lending standards.

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