WASHINGTON -- The dominance of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in the fixed-rate mortgage market "raises some public policy concerns that this market may not be fully competitive," the Congressional Budget Office said Monday.

The office also said the two government-sponsored enterprises "could be capturing some of the benefits of their GSE status for their shareholders instead of delivering most of those benefits to mortgage borrowers."

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