Wall Street did its part in 1996 to raise the profile of mortgage- backed securities.

Led by Lehman Brothers, investment banks securitized $94.5 billion worth of mortgage loans in 1996 - almost twice as much as in 1995, when they packaged $48.1 billion.

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