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Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FMCC)

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0.4811-0.0189 (-3.79%)
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Previous close0.5000
Bid0.0000 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's range0.4750 - 0.5000
52-week range0.4750 - 1.5200
Avg. volume1,082,116
Market cap312.711M
Beta (5Y monthly)2.00
PE ratio (TTM)7.07
EPS (TTM)0.0680
Earnings date27 Jul 2022 - 01 Aug 2022
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date12 Jun 2008
1y target est1.00
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    US mortgage rates have surged by the most in 35 years as inflation soars and interest rates rise, threatening to leave many first-time homebuyers on the sidelines. The average interest rate on a 30-year fixed rate mortgage jumped by more than half a percentage point to 5.78 per cent, the highest level since November 2008, according to mortgage provider Freddie Mac. The rate was 3.2 per cent at the start of the year, while a year ago, before the Federal Reserve embarked on an aggressive campaign to raise interest rates, the 30-year fixed rate mortgage averaged 2.93 per cent.

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  • Reuters

    Biden administration to fight racial bias in U.S. real estate appraisals

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The Biden administration on Wednesday announced new steps to crack down on U.S. real estate appraisers who perpetuate property inequalities by assigning lower home price estimates to Black and Latino owners. Mortgage finance agency Freddie Mac found in 2021 that Black and Latino people were more likely to have their homes valued under the agreed sales price than white homesellers. "Bias in home valuations limits the ability of Black and brown families to enjoy the financial returns associated with homeownership, thereby contributing to the already sprawling racial wealth gap," the White House said in a statement accompanying its new plan.