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Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation is a government-sponsored enterprise (GSE). The Company is engaged in purchasing residential mortgage loans originated by lenders. The Company also invests in mortgage loans and mortgage-related securities. Its segments include Single-family Guarantee, Multifamily, Investments and All Other. The Single-family Guarantee segment includes the purchase, securitization and guarantee of single-family loans and the management of single-family credit risk. The Multifamily segment includes the purchase, securitization and guarantee of multifamily loans and securities; its investments in these loans and securities, and the management of multifamily mortgage credit risk and mortgage market spread risk. The Investments segment manages its mortgage-related investments portfolio (excluding Multifamily segment investments, single-family seriously delinquent loans, and the credit risk of single-family performing loans), treasury function and interest-rate risk.

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$2.21
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Day's High
2.25
Day's Low
2.19
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Volume:
505,201

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July 22, 2019
U.S. housing bonds, left out of rally, are poised for a rebound

By Joy Wiltermuth So-called 'agency' MBS have lagged behind rebound in U.S. credit Portfolio managers at Amundi Pioneer are making a bullish call on U.S. housing bonds. (MarketWatch)

July 15, 2019
UPDATE: Fannie, Freddie need explicit government guarantee, securities industry group says

By Andrea Riquier No-one wants to make investors skittish at a precarious moment in the housing cycle A prominent financial industry group has written to leaders of the effort to overhaul Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the mortgage guarantors...(MarketWatch)

July 14, 2019
UPDATE: Fannie, Freddie overhaul could mean windfall for preferred stock, analyst says

By Andrea Riquier One Washington analyst thinks the two companies will need about $140 billion of new capital, well short of some earlier forecasts Height Analytics on Friday initiated coverage of shares of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, citing...(MarketWatch)

UPDATE: Mortgage industry should prepare for new interest-rate index, Fed working group says

By Andrea Riquier It could take as much as 12-18 months for the industry, including lenders and other originators, to prepare for the transition away from Libor A new interest-rate index can be a suitable replacement for Libor, the current...(MarketWatch)

June 30, 2019
UPDATE: Will Fannie and Freddie get a new sibling?

By Andrea Riquier Many observers now think that the duopoly that currently exists works well, especially as the two giants are carefully regulated After over a decade of stagnation, the race is finally on to release mortgage giants Fannie Mae...(MarketWatch)

May 23, 2019
UPDATE: Fannie-Freddie shareholders may get a payout after a decade of uncertainty

By Andrea Riquier New regulator's task: Disentangling the hornet's nest of temporary patches that have propped up the housing finance system for the past decade Shares of Fannie Mae(FNMA) and Freddie Mac(FMCC) surged Monday after their chief...(MarketWatch)

May 16, 2019
UPDATE: Treasury Department aide hired to reform Fannie, Freddie will step down

Craig Phillips, a deputy to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin who joined the department to overhaul Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC), is stepping down, he told Treasury staff members Thursday. The news was first reported by the New York...(MarketWatch)

April 05, 2019
UPDATE: Senate confirms Mark Calabria as head of Fannie, Freddie regulator

By Andrea Riquier One of the architects of the mortgage giants' conservatorship is now in the captain's chair The Senate on Thursday confirmed Mark Calabria as director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, the regulator of mortgage...(MarketWatch)

April 04, 2019
UPDATE: Calabria confirmed by Senate to head the FHFA

Mark Calabria was confirmed by a 52-to-44 vote in the Senate to be director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, the regulator of mortgage giants Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC). Previously Vice President Mike Pence's chief economist...(MarketWatch)

Senate advances nomination of Calabria to lead the FHFA

The Senate on Thursday advanced the nomination of Mark Calabria to be director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency by a 53 to 46 party line, setting up a confirmation vote as early as Thursday afternoon. The FHFA regulates mortgage giants Fannie...(MarketWatch)

March 30, 2019
UPDATE: Fannie-Freddie reform could rewrite a familiar Washington script

"They're really telling us that if Congress doesn't act, the administration has enormous powers, but that it's better if they act together," Dworkin said. "We're beginning to see, with the nomination of Mark Calabria as FHFA director, and the...(MarketWatch)

March 28, 2019
UPDATE: White House keeps option of going alone on Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac privatization

By Steve Goldstein, MarketWatch Warner: 'The notion that this may be taken away from Congress is, I think, a concern' It wasn't quite an affirmation of mom, baseball and apple pie, but it was close. (MarketWatch)

UPDATE: Kudlow, who called Fannie, Freddie profit sweep a 'scam,' is at center of White House housing reform plans

By Steve Goldstein, MarketWatch The memo signed by President Donald Trump on Wednesday outlining how the White House will approach ending the conservatorship of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac puts Larry Kudlow, his economic adviser, at the center of...(MarketWatch)

March 27, 2019
Trump has signed memorandum on housing finance, White House says

(END) Dow Jones Newswires March 27, 2019 15:09 ET (19:09 GMT) Copyright (c) 2019 Dow Jones & Company, Inc.(MarketWatch)

UPDATE: White House: Trump to sign memorandum on federal housing finance

President Donald Trump is expected on Wednesday to sign a memorandum on federal housing finance, a White House official said. The memorandum, coming on the second day of a Senate Banking hearing on housing finance reform, will direct the Treasury...(MarketWatch)

March 21, 2019
Freddie Mac names new CEO

Mortgage guarantor Freddie Mac (FMCC) said Thursday that it would appoint David M. Brickman chief executive officer effective July 1. The company announced the departure of Donald Layton as CEO last September, and said at that time that it was...(MarketWatch)

March 09, 2019
UPDATE: The best strategy to recover from a stock-market bottom is one you already know

By Philip van Doorn, MarketWatch Ten years from the post-crisis stock-market bottom, three money managers share their experiences As we approach the 10-year anniversary of the post-crisis stock-market bottom on March 9, 2009, three money...(MarketWatch)

March 02, 2019
UPDATE: Mortgage rates remain subdued as housing issues grab the spotlight

By Andrea Riquier So far this year, the 30-year fixed has averaged 4.42%, down from 4.54% in 2018 Rates for home loans were little changed near long-time lows, providing a little breathing room for would-be buyers even as policy makers are...(MarketWatch)

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