After watching the country's largest home-mortgage loan giants cope with restatement fallout from accounting scandals for years, reports say that the U.S. Treasury might back away from its position to set limits on the portfolios of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

The government-sponsored entities have been the target for many politicians over the past two years, as problem after problem emerged with the company's accounting.

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