Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp Pref Var (FMCCI)

4.45
+0.05(+1.14%)
After Hours
4.45
0.00(0.00%)
- Delayed Data
  • Volume:
    374
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    4.20 - 4.45

FMCCI Overview

Prev. Close
4.4
Day's Range
4.2-4.45
Revenue
-
Open
4.24
52 wk Range
2.24-5.25
EPS
-
Volume
374
Market Cap
1.61B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Vol. (3m)
6,048
P/E Ratio
-
Beta
-
1-Year Change
58.93%
Shares Outstanding
3,221,332,659
Next Earnings Date
-
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Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp Pref Var Company Profile

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp Pref Var Company Profile

Sector
Financial
Employees
6905

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation is a government-sponsored enterprise (GSE). The Company is engaged in purchasing residential mortgage loans originated by lenders. The Company also invests in mortgage loans and mortgage-related securities. The Company operates through two segments: Single-family and Multifamily. The Single-family segment includes purchase, sale, securitization, and guarantee of single-family loans and securities, its investments in those loans and securities, the management of single-family mortgage credit risk and market risk, and any results of its treasury function that are not allocated to each segment. The Multifamily segment includes the purchase, sale, securitization, and guarantee of multifamily loans and securities, its investments in those loans and securities, and the management of multifamily mortgage credit risk and market risk.

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  • This is the fourth consecutive year that the conforming loan limit has increased. Between 2006 and 2016, the FHFA held loan limits at $417,000. When loan limits were increased for the first time in 2017, it sparked enthusiasm across the mortgage industry as lenders expected it could lead to more people seeking home loans, because the lower loan limit forced many people to get jumbo loans that don’t always offer competitive financing.
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