Freddies Improve As Treasury Ends MBS Sales

Prices of Freddie Mac securities have improved relative to their Fannie Mae counterparts as the U.S. Department of Treasury today announced it had finished selling down its mortgage-backed securities portfolio with a $25 billion profit.

  • 19 Mar 2012

Prices of Freddie Mac securities have improved relative to their Fannie Mae counterparts as the U.S. Department of Treasury today announced it had finished selling down its mortgage-backed securities portfolio with a $25 billion profit.

“The Freddie-Fannie price difference has been narrowing over the past few months,” Brian ...

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