A move to sharply curtail mortgage securities investments by credit unions is getting mixed reviews from Wall Street.

Some market executives say the proposed limits - which the National Credit Union Administration plans to consider at its January board meeting - would deprive Wall Street of a small but profitable clientele. The Bond Market Trade Association, formerly known as the Public Securities Association, has denounced the NCUA's plan as an "arbitrary," one-size- fits-all solution.

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