Moves by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac toward buying loans of A-minus and lower credit quality are worrying lenders because of already tight profit margins in the subprime market.

This was a major topic of hallway conversation and panel sessions at the annual secondary-market conference here sponsored by the Western League of Savings Institutions.

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