The US government has ordered mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to delist from the stock market, a federal agency said Wednesday, ending an arrangement that underpinned the housing market for 40 years. This combination …
The situation for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac investors is complicated to say the least. While the ruling was certainly a blow to the bull case for investors, it wasn’t quite the death knell. The bull case for FNMA and FMCC is certainly still alive.
The Perry appeal and Hindes/Jacobs hearing on FHFA's Motion to Dismiss are due for oral argument soon, and it is timely to estimate the valuation effect of the litigation. Both cases seek to invalidate Treasury' Net Worth Sweep (NWS), which …
Along the way, as taxpayers were absorbing hundreds of billions in Fannie and Freddie losses, enterprising investors began buying up Fannie and Freddie stock dirt cheap ... Carney, the Washington Examiner's senior political …
Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication. …
The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 4.58%, according to Freddie Mac’s weekly survey, out Thursday. That marked an 11 basis point gain during the previous week, and the highest since August 2013. The trade deficit in goods …
Stock prices SPX, +1.04% were going up for a long time but ... there is a case for …