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    Last Updated: Mar 23, 2020 4:04 p.m. EDT Delayed quote

    $ 1.19

    -0.01 -0.83%
    After Hours Volume: 66.1K
    Financial Services -1.72%
    Close Chg Chg %
    $1.20 -0.20 -14.29% -0.20 -14.29%
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    Volume: 6M 65 Day Avg. - 2.2M
    Open: 1.33
    Close: 1.20
    1.20 Day Low/High 1.34
    Day Range
    1.20 52 Week Low/High 4.04

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    Key Data

    • Open $1.33
    • Day Range 1.20 - 1.34
    • 52 Week Range 1.20 - 4.04
    • Market Cap $910.08M
    • Shares Outstanding n/a
    • Public Float 650.06M
    • Beta n/a
    • Rev. per Employee $10.66M
    • P/E Ratio n/a
    • EPS $-0.18
    • Yield n/a
    • Dividend n/a
    • Ex-Dividend Date n/a
    • Short Interest n/a
    • % of Float Shorted n/a
    • Average Volume 2.23M

    Performance

    5 Day
    • -20.53%
    1 Month
    • -60.59%
    3 Month
    • -60.40%
    YTD
    • -60.05%
    1 Year
    • -50.82%

    Recent News

    • MarketWatch
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    Fed’s Move May Not Be Enough to Stop Carnage in Mortgage Securities

    The turmoil has hit a mutual fund; Tom Barrack warns of the danger to commercial real estate.

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    Mortgage rates surge to highest level since January even though the Fed just brought interest rates to 0% — here’s why

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    Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac instruct servicers to offer 12-month moratoriums on mortgage payments if borrowers suffer hardship

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    Here’s a breakdown of the Fed’s rescue programs to keep credit flowing during the pandemic

    How to get help paying your mortgage, credit-card bills and student loans if you’re laid off due to the coronavirus pandemic

    7073彩票注册Consumers can get relief from payments and fees during the public-health crisis — but they will likely need to ask first.

    FHFA directs Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to suspend foreclosures and evictions for 60 days during coronavirus emergency

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    Mortgage rates increased this week despite the coronavirus turmoil — here’s why you haven’t missed the chance to refinance

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    As recession fears mount, here’s why home prices may not plunge alongside the stock market

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    Should I refinance my house? Mortgage rates drop to 50-year low as coronavirus spreads across the U.S. — and the world

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    Mortgage rates fall to all-time low amid coronavirus concerns — here’s why you should think twice about waiting to refinance

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    Don’t expect interest rates on 30-year mortgages to fall below 3%, says Quicken Loans CEO Jay Farner

    Bill Ackman Is Hedging Pershing Square Against a Coronavirus Meltdown

    7073彩票注册Ackman said hedging was preferable to selling because the long-term outlook for the fund’s holdings remain strong and “is not likely to be materially affected by coronavirus developments.”

    Read full story

    Mortgage rates fall to three-year low amid coronavirus fears — here’s why they may not hit an all-time low

    Don’t Panic — Unless It’s to Refinance Your Mortgage

    7073彩票注册With fear and advice flying on Wall Street, maybe the best thing you can do is to lock in lower payments on your house. Stock-market metaphor of the week: the swamping of a boat ride at Disney World.

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    Finance is ‘doomed’ to repeat past mistakes without a major diversity shake-up, warns head of industry group

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    Mortgage rates inch upward this week, but they still remain near record lows

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    Reactions to Bloomberg’s plan to curb Wall Street: ‘He’ll need this for the debate’

    Bloomberg to push for financial transactions tax and Fannie-Freddie merger

    A spokeswoman for Mike Bloomberg told the New York Times he will push for a financial transactions tax of 0.1% and a merger of housing finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac . The plan, which the Democratic presidential candidate is set to unveil, will also call for toughening the Volcker Rule and having the Justice Department create a dedicated team to fight corporate crime. Bloomberg's fortune has come through his eponymous Bloomberg LP service that caters to Wall Street clients.

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    Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac shareholders could benefit from the Trump administration’s proposed budget

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    Mortgage rates rise slightly from three-year lows — here’s why low rates won’t help home buyers very much

    7073彩票注册Financially strapped apartment landlords with government-backed mortgages can avoid foreclosure if they don’t evict tenants, the Federal Housing Finance Agency said Monday.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Financially strapped apartment landlords with government-backed mortgages can avoid foreclosure if they don’t evict tenants, the Federal Housing Finance Agency said Monday.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Rising job losses from the coronavirus outbreak are prompting local governments across the country to temporarily halt evictions and foreclosures.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Sales of previously owned U.S. homes hit the highest monthly pace in 13 years in February, but economists and real-estate agents expect sales to plunge in the coming months as the pandemic roils the economy.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册While much of American business has shut down because of the coronavirus, home builders are still building houses. But these companies are bracing for a sudden drop in demand.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    From Spanish flu to Japanese tsunami, governments grappled with the trade-off between public health and economic stability. Crippling uncertainty has been a common theme throughout.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Drug companies will save lives, even as Bernie Sanders is denouncing them.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Out-of-work customers could miss loan payments and suffer plunging credit scores. Lenders and credit-reporting firms are being asked to help.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Mortgage-finance companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are suspending foreclosures and evictions of homeowners behind on their mortgages—and at risk of losing their homes—in the latest federal response to the coronavirus pandemic.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Coronavirus volatility is prompting a stress test. Making credit still cheaper will make things worse.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册The move could ripple through the cost of mortgages, the interest earned on savings accounts and more.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    The nation’s biggest banks have fewer government examiners roaming their hallways as federal regulators temporarily switch to teleworking to help control the spread of the coronavirus.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Early indications suggest that rock-bottom borrowing costs may not be enough to lure many home buyers amid the current uncertainty.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Falling mortgage rates mean financing a home purchase has never been cheaper. That could give the flagging economy a much-needed boost—though housing is juicing the economy less than it used to, some economists say.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Alan Gross quotes the senator: ‘I don’t see what’s so wrong with this country.’

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Mortgage rates fell to their lowest level on record, pulled down by fears that the spread of coronavirus could weigh on the U.S. economy.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册A decadelong battle over the quasi-independence of a U.S. consumer-finance regulator lands at the Supreme Court this week, in a case that could have broad consequences for the structure of the federal government.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Mortgage lenders often offer help to borrowers after a hurricane or other natural disaster, but mortgage-forbearance programs can end up hurting homeowners.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Michael Bloomberg unveiled proposals to strengthen oversight of lenders, protect consumers and make college more affordable, positioning the former New York City mayor closer to the rest of the Democratic presidential field.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Friday Night SmackDown offers more sincerity than the Beltway spending theatrics.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Recent News

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    • Press Releases

    Frannie to suspend eviction for renters in multifamily properties

    on Seeking Alpha

    7073彩票注册Financially strapped apartment landlords with government-backed mortgages can avoid foreclosure if they don’t evict tenants, the Federal Housing Finance Agency said Monday.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Financially strapped apartment landlords with government-backed mortgages can avoid foreclosure if they don’t evict tenants, the Federal Housing Finance Agency said Monday.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Freddie Mac to stop issuing LIBOR-indexed floating rate unsecured debt

    on Seeking Alpha

    7073彩票注册Freddie Mac to stop issuing LIBOR-indexed flating rate unsecured debt

    on Seeking Alpha

    7073彩票注册Rising job losses from the coronavirus outbreak are prompting local governments across the country to temporarily halt evictions and foreclosures.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Sales of previously owned U.S. homes hit the highest monthly pace in 13 years in February, but economists and real-estate agents expect sales to plunge in the coming months as the pandemic roils the economy.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    While much of American business has shut down because of the coronavirus, home builders are still building houses. But these companies are bracing for a sudden drop in demand.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    From Spanish flu to Japanese tsunami, governments grappled with the trade-off between public health and economic stability. Crippling uncertainty has been a common theme throughout.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Drug companies will save lives, even as Bernie Sanders is denouncing them.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Out-of-work customers could miss loan payments and suffer plunging credit scores. Lenders and credit-reporting firms are being asked to help.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Mortgage-finance companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are suspending foreclosures and evictions of homeowners behind on their mortgages—and at risk of losing their homes—in the latest federal response to the coronavirus pandemic.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Fannie, Freddie directed to suspend foreclosures, evictions

    on Seeking Alpha

    Coronavirus volatility is prompting a stress test. Making credit still cheaper will make things worse.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册The move could ripple through the cost of mortgages, the interest earned on savings accounts and more.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    The nation’s biggest banks have fewer government examiners roaming their hallways as federal regulators temporarily switch to teleworking to help control the spread of the coronavirus.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Early indications suggest that rock-bottom borrowing costs may not be enough to lure many home buyers amid the current uncertainty.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    7073彩票注册Falling mortgage rates mean financing a home purchase has never been cheaper. That could give the flagging economy a much-needed boost—though housing is juicing the economy less than it used to, some economists say.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Tracking Bruce Berkowitz's Fairholme Portfolio - Q4 2019 Update

    on Seeking Alpha

    7073彩票注册For Fannie And Freddie Shareholders: Assessing The Seila SCOTUS Oral Argument

    on Seeking Alpha

    Freddie Mac to Cease Issuing LIBOR-Indexed Floating Rate Unsecured Debt

    7073彩票注册Freddie Mac to Cease Issuing LIBOR-Indexed Floating Rate Unsecured Debt

    on GlobeNewswire

    Freddie Mac to Cease Issuing LIBOR-Indexed Floating Rate Unsecured Debt

    Freddie Mac to Cease Issuing LIBOR-Indexed Floating Rate Unsecured Debt

    on GlobeNewswire

    Freddie Mac Prices $1 Billion Multifamily K-Deal, K-106

    7073彩票注册Freddie Mac Prices $1 Billion Multifamily K-Deal, K-106

    on GlobeNewswire

    Freddie Mac Prices $1 Billion Multifamily K-Deal, K-106

    Freddie Mac Prices $1 Billion Multifamily K-Deal, K-106

    on GlobeNewswire

    Freddie Mac Announces Enhanced Relief for Borrowers Impacted by COVID-19

    Freddie Mac Announces Enhanced Relief for Borrowers Impacted by COVID-19

    on GlobeNewswire

    Freddie Mac Announces Enhanced Relief for Borrowers Impacted by COVID-19

    7073彩票注册Freddie Mac Announces Enhanced Relief for Borrowers Impacted by COVID-19

    on GlobeNewswire

    Freddie Mac's Apartment Investment Market Index Experienced Strong Annual Growth Despite Fourth Quarter Decline

    Freddie Mac's Apartment Investment Market Index Experienced Strong Annual Growth Despite Fourth Quarter Decline

    on GlobeNewswire

    Freddie Mac's Apartment Investment Market Index Experienced Strong Annual Growth Despite Fourth Quarter Decline

    7073彩票注册Freddie Mac's Apartment Investment Market Index Experienced Strong Annual Growth Despite Fourth Quarter Decline

    on GlobeNewswire

    Freddie Mac Announces Pricing of $342 Million Multifamily Small Balance Loan Securitization

    7073彩票注册Freddie Mac Announces Pricing of $342 Million Multifamily Small Balance Loan Securitization

    on GlobeNewswire

    Freddie Mac Announces Pricing of $342 Million Multifamily Small Balance Loan Securitization

    Freddie Mac Announces Pricing of $342 Million Multifamily Small Balance Loan Securitization

    on GlobeNewswire

    Freddie Mac Prices $865 Million Multifamily K-Deal, K-F76

    7073彩票注册Freddie Mac Prices $865 Million Multifamily K-Deal, K-F76

    on GlobeNewswire

    Freddie Mac Prices $865 Million Multifamily K-Deal, K-F76

    Freddie Mac Prices $865 Million Multifamily K-Deal, K-F76

    on GlobeNewswire

    Freddie Mac Prices $1.2 Billion Multifamily K-Deal, K-105

    Freddie Mac Prices $1.2 Billion Multifamily K-Deal, K-105

    on GlobeNewswire

    Freddie Mac Prices $1.2 Billion Multifamily K-Deal, K-105

    Freddie Mac Prices $1.2 Billion Multifamily K-Deal, K-105

    on GlobeNewswire

    Freddie Mac Prices $1.8 Billion Securitization of Re-Performing Loans

    Freddie Mac Prices $1.8 Billion Securitization of Re-Performing Loans

    on GlobeNewswire

    Freddie Mac Prices $1.8 Billion Securitization of Re-Performing Loans

    Freddie Mac Prices $1.8 Billion Securitization of Re-Performing Loans

    on GlobeNewswire

    Hunt Real Estate Capital Provides a $38.2 Million Freddie Mac Loan to Finance a Multifamily Property Located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina

    Hunt Real Estate Capital Provides a $38.2 Million Freddie Mac Loan to Finance a Multifamily Property Located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina

    on PR Newswire - PRF

    Freddie Mac Insight Examines the Housing Supply Shortage by State

    Freddie Mac Insight Examines the Housing Supply Shortage by State

    on GlobeNewswire

    Freddie Mac Insight Examines the Housing Supply Shortage by State

    7073彩票注册Freddie Mac Insight Examines the Housing Supply Shortage by State

    on GlobeNewswire

    Freddie Mac Issues Monthly Volume Summary for January 2020

    7073彩票注册Freddie Mac Issues Monthly Volume Summary for January 2020

    on GlobeNewswire

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    Fannie Mae -16.34% $1.77B
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