Fannie Mae common shares are now up more than 400% in the past three months, and its most widely preferred shares went from...
Traders seem desperate to spin every Federal Reserve pronouncement hawishly, so investors will be listening for clues about...
This Bloomberg article puts an interesting spin on the coming changes to deed-in-lieu for current, underwater borrowers at the government-sponsored enterprises.
Why Fannie Mae may is singled out in the headline, though, is anyone's guess.
Changes from the FHFA trickle down uniformly to both GSEs.
Questions remain, however, on whether or not the second-lien holder can block the kick.
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