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FMCC $1.64 -37.88%
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Today's Open $1.75
Previous Close $2.64
Daily Range $1.45 - $1.99
52-Week Range $1.26 - $6.00
Market Cap $1.1B
P/E Ratio -3.07
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (0.0%)
Volume 71,870,267
Average Daily Volume 3,380,994
Current FY EPS $2.98




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Freddie Mac (FMCC) Description

A stockholder-owned corporation chartered by Congress to create a flow of funds to mortgage lenders. Purchases certain residential mortgages that it finances by issuing mortgage pass through securities and debt instruments in the capital markets. Website:

News & Commentary

Is It Time to Buy Genworth Financial's Stock?

With one of the cheapest valuations in the market and a huge future opportunity, maybe it's time to take a change on the long-term care leader.

Is It Finally Time to Buy Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac?

After losing nearly a third of their value since July, are Fannie and Freddie bargains or traps?

High-Yield Stocks for Dividend Investing: ARMOUR Residential REIT, Inc.

ARMOUR pays an incredible yield of almost 15%, but it's not without substantial risk.

5 Things Genworth Financial Inc.'s Management Wants You to Know

Despite obstacles in the long-term-care insurance business, Genworth's management has an optimistic view of the future.

2014: The Year Bad Mortgages Became Good Investments

Soured mortgage debt is a new favorite among investors looking for spicy yields

Fannie And Freddie Made $5.1 Billion In Profit, And Shareholders Want A Piece Of It

Both Fannie and Freddie have returned more to the government than they received in the bailout, so why aren't investors seeing any profit?

Freddie Mac Stock: Why Warren Buffett Sold His Shares

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac grab headlines, and Warren Buffett has reveled why he sold his position that was once worth $3.9 billion.

A Purchase of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac's Common Stock is Speculation, Not Investing

Fannie Mae's and Freddie Mac's common stock continue to be of extremely high risk and are essentially a bet, that the companies will be returned to shareholders.

Will The New Bill To End Fannie Mae And Freddie Mac Be Good News For Investors?

There is yet another bill in Congress that aims to wind down Fannie and Freddie. Is this one any better than the others?

Social Security: How It Affects Your Mortgage

Social Security can provide benefits to millions of Americans, but it turns out there is one little known way it can help those looking to buy a home.

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