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Chinese Govt Top Foreign Holder of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac
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Chinese Govt Top Foreign Holder of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac

BY disinter

Via FreedomWorks: As politicians call for taxpayer bailouts and a government takeover of troubled mortgage lenders Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, FreedomWorks would like to point out that a bailout is a transfer of possibly hundreds of billions of U.S. tax dollars to sophisticated investors and governments overseas. [...]

07/13/2008
Chinese Government is Top Foreign Holder of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Bonds
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Chinese Government is Top Foreign Holder of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Bonds

As politicians call for taxpayer bailouts and a government takeover of troubled mortgage lenders Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, FreedomWorks would like to point out that a bailout is a transfer of possibly hundreds of billions of U.S. tax dollars to sophisticated investors and governments overseas.

07/11/2008
FreedomWorks: No Taxpayer Bailout for Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac
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FreedomWorks: No Taxpayer Bailout for Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac

Amid calls by some Wall Street investment bankers for a bailout of the GSEs Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, FreedomWorks urges lawmakers to clearly reject a taxpayer bailout and to remind investors that there is no government guarantee for the securities of these publicly traded corporations. FreedomWorks Matt Kibbe commented, “The moral hazard created by the Federal Reserve’s disastrous decision to bailout Bear Stearns is already coming home to roost.”

07/11/2008
U.S. Taxpayer Bailout of China Over Fannie Mae
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U.S. Taxpayer Bailout of China Over Fannie Mae

BY Mike Shedlock

If the US bails out Fannie Mae bonds as suggested in We’re All Homeowners Now, Nationalization of Fannie, Freddie Unavoidable, inquiring mind just might be wondering "Who is the biggest beneficiary?". It’s a good question too. Please consider Chinese Government is Top Foreign Holder of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Bonds.

07/11/2008
Key US Mortgage Lenders in Shares Meltdown
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Key US Mortgage Lenders in Shares Meltdown

Shares of US mortgage finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were in a freefall Friday on heightened concerns the trillion-dollar firms may face insolvency or a government takeover. Freddie Mac plunged 47 percent to 4.23 dollars at 1450 GMT following a 22 percent slide on Thursday and Fannie Mae lost 44 percent to 7.40 dollars after a 14 percent drop in the prior session. The shares of the two firms have lost around 80 percent since the start of the year.

07/11/2008
FANNIE MAE - FREDDIE MAC - CHINA
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FANNIE MAE - FREDDIE MAC - CHINA

BY Buffoon

Sure, why not fork over the dough? Just keep the lead painted toys coming China! We appreciate it! Washington, DC - As politicians call for taxpayer bailouts and a government takeover of troubled mortgage lenders Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, FreedomWorks would like to point out that a bailout is a transfer of possibly hundreds of billions of U.S. tax dollars to sophisticated investors and governments overseas.

07/11/2008
U.S. Taxpayer Bailout of China Over Fannie Mae
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U.S. Taxpayer Bailout of China Over Fannie Mae

BY Michael Shedlock

If the US bails out Fannie Mae bonds as suggested in We're All Homeowners Now, Nationalization of Fannie, Freddie Unavoidable, inquiring mind just might be wondering "Who is the biggest beneficiary?". It's a good question too. Please consider Chinese Government is Top Foreign Holder of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Bonds.

07/11/2008
FreedomWorks: No Taxpayer Bailout for Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac
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FreedomWorks: No Taxpayer Bailout for Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac

BY nhadmin

WASHINGTON, Jul 11, 2008 (BUSINESS WIRE) ----Amid calls by some Wall Street investment bankers for a bailout of the GSEs Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, FreedomWorks urges lawmakers to clearly reject a taxpayer bailout and to remind investors that there is no government guarantee for the securities of these publicly traded corporations. FreedomWorks President Matt Kibbe commented, "The moral hazard created by the Federal Reserve's disastrous decision to bailout Bear Stearns is already coming home to roost.

07/11/2008
And So It Goes
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And So It Goes

BY Dennis Dale

When the government first proposed its tax rebate scheme last January, many were quick to point out the money was not ultimately, despite the signature on the check, a payment from the US government, but a loan from abroad, largely from Japan and China. Now that we can confidently anticipate the consensus will quickly form around the presumptive necessity of a bailout of that economically distressed couple Freddie and Fannie, it’s worth noting who is ultimately being bailed out here:

07/11/2008
U.S. Taxpayer Bailout of China Over Fannie Mae
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U.S. Taxpayer Bailout of China Over Fannie Mae

BY kwitsach_hadera

Source: Global Economic Trend Analysis - Mike Shedlock If the US bails out Fannie Mae bonds as suggested in We're All Homeowners Now, Nationalization of Fannie, Freddie Unavoidable, inquiring mind just might be wondering "Who is the biggest beneficiary?". It's a good question too. Please consider Chinese Government is Top Foreign Holder of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Bonds.

07/11/2008

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