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Watching Fannie and Freddie, Part 8

09/03/09 - 04:00 AM EDT

The mortgage giants should be able to make sufficient revenue, as long as the government doesn't get in their way.

Watching Fannie and Freddie, Part 7

09/02/09 - 04:00 AM EDT

Credit losses at the mortgage giants are manageable, but the companies still need to earn their way out of their current predicament.

Watching Fannie and Freddie: Part 6

09/01/09 - 04:00 AM EDT

The government can get its money back on its 'investment' in Freddie Mac, provided Freddie can earn more than $56 billion over a reasonable time period and meet the government interest charges.

Watching Fannie and Freddie, Part 5

08/31/09 - 04:00 AM EDT

Revenue at these government-sponsored enterprises has risen very sharply.

Watching Fannie and Freddie, Part 4

08/30/09 - 08:59 AM EDT

These models using cumulative default curves help identify future end losses of both companies.

Watching Fannie and Freddie, Part 3

08/29/09 - 06:00 AM EDT

Here are some tools for predicting future losses at the two companies.

Watching Fannie and Freddie, Part 2

08/28/09 - 04:00 AM EDT

A look at the losses that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have realized to date.

Watch Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

08/27/09 - 05:59 PM EDT

Discussions about the future of the two government mortgage giants are taking place in a vacuum, without sufficient public analysis.

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