WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department's continued silence on its pending plan for the future of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is fueling suspicion that the administration does not have a concrete proposal.

Instead, analysts, industry representatives and academics are increasingly convinced that the White House will offer guiding principles outlining its philosophy on the government-sponsored enterprises and potentially offering some alternatives vetted by the Treasury on how to approach the matter.

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