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Buy securities cheap, change the law, see them soar. That seems to be the thinking on Fannie Mae.
Stocks of large U.S. banks were strong on Monday, as investors shrugged off Russia's land grab and cheered rising U.S. manufacturing.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac shares remained volatile Monday as a bipartisan Senate Banking Committee bill to wind down the mortgage giants was unveiled over the weekend.
Legislation expected soon that would wind down Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is running into resistance from both the left and the right before it has even been completed.
Elected officials are finally speaking publicly about the fight between Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac shareholders and the Obama Administration, though what they are saying for the most part is this: leave it to the courts.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac shareholders found a friend in the Senate last week, though the efforts of Pennsylvania Republican Pat Toomey to pass himself off as a defender of regular folks as opposed to wealthy hedge funds could use a bit of work.
Investors continue to sell as they look to the coming bipartisan Senate bill to wind-down the government-sponsored mortgage giants.
A government-run business is successful, and this is the response?
Should investors who bet on Washington inaction be bailed out on their bad Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac bets?
Investors can expect another day of extreme volatility for shares of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, amid mixed signals from Washington.
U.S. stock futures are lower; global stocks fall on worries over Chinese growth; federal prosecutors begin probe of GM recall, a report says; Tesla calls N.J. regulation 'affront to the very concept of a free market.'
The trading panel discussed GM's recent vehicle recall and criminal investigation.
The markets are a healthier place today, even though most investors lost money, Cramer says.
Shares of Fannie and Freddie Mac see huge declines after key members of the Senate Banking Committee announce an agreement on winding the GSEs down.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac shares rose and then plunged sharply following an announced deal to end the government sponsored entities from Senate Banking Committee leaders.
Rafferty Capital Markets’ Richard X. Bove comments on a recent development in the ongoing Fannie Mae / Federal National Mortgage Assctn Fnni Me (OTCBB:FNMA) and Freddie Mac / Federal Home Loan ...
The battle over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will go on for years, but many investors have already made a killing.
Ralph Nader's fight against the U.S. government over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac has been a godsend to big investors like Perry Capital and Fairholme Funds, which have made a killing investing in the government sponsored enterprises.
The Obama Administration is unlikely to try and settle shareholder lawsuits over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, notwithstanding the potential for continued embarrassing revelations that could inflict political damage on the President, argues Ralph Nader.
Ralph Nader elaborates on his fight with the U.S. government on behalf of shareholders in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Billionaire hedge fund manager requests Fannie Mae act like a private company - Fannie Mae quickly rebuffs letter, re-affirms their focus on orders from US governmentFairholme Capital Management on Mo...
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac shareholder Fairholme Funds wrote a letter to the boards of directors of both companies Feb. 28 asking them to protect the interests of shareholders.
Bank stocks rounded off the week with another day of gains, while shares of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac cooled off.
Bank stocks rise after the Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen acknowledges softening economic data in testimony before the Senate Banking Committee.
Plaintiffs who are shareholders in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac plan to look at whether the FDIC received inside information from the Treasury Department before selling most of their preferred shares in the Government Sponsored Enterprises.
The battle over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is heating up, which means this man will be very busy answering questions for the foreseeable future.
Freddie Mac follows Fannie Mae in announcing its total dividends paid to the government will exceed the government's bailout investment.
The government-sponsored enterprise leads financial names higher on a very strong Monday for the broad market.
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