$100 Dash

Wednesday, August 27, 2008 | 04:30 PM

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"Brad Ball, analyst at Citigroup, recommended the stock of both government-sponsored mortgage financiers. Shares in Freddie rose by 22.19 per cent and Fannie was 13.10 per cent higher in morning trade, leading stock markets higher.

Mr Ball said that both companies' stock prices were so low that the potential rewards were "attractive" if the two companies pull through the housing crisis. He said both Fannie and Freddie's capital positions had a substantial cushion above their regulatory minimum, and their continued access to the debt markets meant the odds of an aggressive government intervention were 1 in 10. "

“Hey C...C?...c’mon C we got 225B to roll over and we can’t go to the equity troughs in this condition……..You know were in this shit together man….”

Posted by: Johnboy | Aug 27, 2008 4:38:36 PM

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