GSE capital plan won’t work if investors cheated: Stockholder

(Bloomberg) — Bill Ackman, who owns big stakes in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, said a U.S. regulator’s plan to boost capital in the mortgage-finance giants won’t work unless he and other investors get a cut of the billions of dollars the government has collected from the companies in recent years.

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An investor bought 40 shares of stock at $80 a share.. The process of setting aside money and putting it to work by having it earn interest or dividends or gain value in the equities market with the idea of having additional funds to use in the future is described as:. They plan to invest.

Holistic approach needed to fix vital federal mortgage programs The million project was paid for with a mix of federal and state funds, in addition to a loan taken out by CDOT. Ford said the tolls collected will be used to pay back the $24.6 million loan..

Ackman Says Fannie capital plan won’t Work If Investors Cheated Elizabeth Dexheimer , Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) — Bill Ackman, who owns big stakes in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, said a U.S. regulator’s plan to boost capital in the mortgage-finance giants won’t work unless he and other investors get a cut of the billions of dollars the.

Lionsgate’s stock, which has dropped nearly 40% in the past year, opened sharply lower Friday in the wake of a disappointing fourth-quarter earnings report and questions about the company’s plan.

Investors’ jitteriness kept a lid on mortgage rates this week. According to the latest data released Thursday by Freddie Mac, the 30-year fixed-rate average held steady at 4.94 percent with an average 0.5 point. (Points are fees paid to a lender equal to 1 percent of the loan amount.) It was unchanged from a week

CBO: Fannie, Freddie rescue could cost $25B – Jul. 22, 2008 – Cost of Fannie, Freddie rescue – $25B Budget agency puts possible price tag on Bush plan to stabilize mortgage finance giants fannie and Freddie – says 50% chance money won’t be needed.

Willy Walker on Dodd-Frank, CMBS and the Forthcoming Economic Renewal – Some people think that [hedge fund manager] john paulson, as a shareholder [in the agencies], has his own interest in pushing this plan. able to put capital out at a yield that is acceptable..

It’s Fed versus market as traders bet balance sheet slows hiking An eagle sculpture stands on the facade of the Marriner S. Eccles Federal Reserve building in Washington, D.C., U.S. (Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg) It’s Fed Versus Market as traders bet balance Sheet Slows Hiking. The critical line the Fed is trying to walk is one of slow balance.

Corker says to short GSE's A U.S. regulator’s plan to boost capital in the mortgage-finance giants won’t work unless investors get "compensated" for the billions of dollars the government has collected from the companies in recent years, one shareholder said.

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