Fannie Mae and Calif. Housing Agency Trade Bonds for Mortgages
- Fannie Mae's unexpected clean-up call has investors steaming, foes attacking; seasoned premiums suffer. AT // Asset Securitization Report;4/15/2002, Vol. 2 Issue 15, p13
Focuses on the clean-up call for mortgage loans in bond market by Fannie Mae company in the U.S. Impact of the call to mortgage market; Amount of bonds pulled out by the company; Controversy of the decision made by the company concerning the bonds.
- A Record Benchmark Note. Sinnock, Bonnie // National Mortgage News;08/07/2000, Vol. 24 Issue 46, p1
Reports that the Federal National Mortgage Association has set a record for a one-day bond sale in the United States in August 2000. Issuance of benchmark notes on a regular and reliable basis that investors like; Interest for the bond issues from domestic and international investors.
- Fannie Mae Prices $3 Billion of Notes. // American Banker;1/22/2001, Vol. 166 Issue 14, p12
Reports that the Federal National Mortgage Association has priced $2.5 billion of 6.625% ten-year bullet Benchmark notes and $500 million of 6.625% 30-year Benchmark bonds on January 18, 2001. Reopening of the November 15, 2000 issues of both classes; Lead managers on the deals.
- Fannie Put $4.5B in Housing Agencies . // American Banker;2/25/2002, Vol. 167 Issue 37, p17
Focuses on the investment of Fannie Mae Corp. in single-family and multifamily bonds issued by state and local housing finance agencies in the U.S. Amount of money invested by the company; Benefits of bond purchases; Contribution of the company to local housing finance agencies.
- Second Set of Questions on Fannie's $10B Prefab Debt . Bergquist, Erick // American Banker;2/27/2003, Vol. 168 Issue 39, p1
Focuses on the practices of Fannie Mae Corp. related to invest in the manufactured housing-backed bonds. Amount invested by the company; Benefits of investing in manufactured housing-backed bonds; Services offered by the company.
- Fannie to Price 30-Year Bond. BROCKMAN, JOSHUA // American Banker;2/7/2000, Vol. 165 Issue 25, p7
Announces the plan of the United States Federal National Mortgage Association to price a 30-year bond of at least $1 billion as part of its benchmark program. Offering of smaller, less liquid, noncallable debt securities to bond holders; Pricing plan for a five-year note.
- Bond calls & redemptions. // Bond Buyer;01/11/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30555, p22
Presents a graph reflecting bond calls and redemptions in the United States as of January 11, 1999. Includes California Housing Finance Agency's 1985 Series B housing revenue bonds; District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency's multifamily revenue refunding bonds; Minnesota general obligation...
- Far West Bond-Watch. Fine, Jacob; Barnett, Chip; Monsarrat, Sean // Bond Buyer;05/05/2000, Vol. 332 Issue 30885, p31
Presents bond market updates in the Western States region for May 5, 2000. Rating increase given to the Phoenix Civic Improvement Corp.; Bond rating for the California Housing Finance agency; Amount of bond issue in Portland, Oregon scheduled for fall 2000.
- California Housing Finance Agency HMRB Upgraded to A3 by Moody's. // Bondbuyer.com;2/12/2015, p26
The article reports that bond credit rating company Moody's Investors Service Inc. has announced the upgrade of its long-term underlying rating on California Housing Finance Agency's home mortgage revenue bonds from Baa2 to A3 in 2015.