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2012-03-27 — bloomberg.com

The Federal Housing Administration won't be able to earn its way to financial health this year, increasing the chance it will need a taxpayer bailout, based on an updated forecast from Moody's Analytics, which provides the agency's housing-market analysis.

The U.S. government mortgage-insurer, which guarantees $1.1 trillion in home loans, had been counting on "robust growth" in home prices to help rebuild its insurance fund after paying out $37 billion to cover defaults the past three years, according to its annual report to Congress, filed in November

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