Countrywide's Forecast Suggests Big Uncertainties

Shenn, Jody
November 2004
American Banker;11/4/2004, Vol. 169 Issue 213, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the earnings forecasts of Countrywide Financial Corp. and speculates on the fears of investors concerning the firm. Earnings forecasted by the company for 2005; Fears of investors about the impact of the election of President George W. Bush on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac; Comments by CEO Angelo Mozilo.


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