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    BULLET: US PIPELINE: /US AGENCIES: Freddie Mac is............

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 1:02 PM ET 05/22/2015

    US PIPELINE: /US AGENCIES: Freddie Mac (FMCC) is scheduled Wed to announce its Reference Note issuance decision after passing on issuance this past week. The agency also passed on its previous three calendar slots and last priced $500 million of reopened 1.0%, 2-year Reference Notes in mid-February. Visit the US$ Credit Supply Pipeline for a full list of GSE calendar funding dates.

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    U.S. Fed balance sheet details for latest week

    Reuters – 4:30 PM ET 05/21/2015

    For details of the Federal Reserve's balance sheet, see: http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/h41/Current/h41.pdf.

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    Foreign central banks' U.S. debt holdings -Fed

    Reuters – 4:30 PM ET 05/21/2015

    For details of foreign central banks' holdings of U.S. marketable securities held at the Federal Reserve, see: http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/h41/Current/h41.pdf.

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    BULLET: US: FHFA requests input on a method for assessing....

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 11:03 AM ET 05/21/2015

    US: FHFA requests input on a method for assessing the national average single-family house price for use in setting the conforming loan limits of Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC). See http://www.fhfa.gov/Media/PublicAffairs/Pages/Input-on-HPI-Measure-for-Conformin g-Loan-Limits-for-Fannie-and-Freddie.aspx

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    Mortgage Rates Little Changed

    Market Wire – 10:00 AM ET 05/21/2015

    05/21/15 -- Freddie Mac (FMCC) today released the results of its Primary Mortgage Market Survey®, showing average fixed mortgage rates moving just slightly lower following three consecutive weeks of increases. News Facts Average commitment rates should be reported along with average fees and points to reflect the total upfront cost of obtaining the mortgage.

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    BULLET: US PIPELINE: A total $8.85Bn of new..................

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 8:25 AM ET 05/21/2015

    US PIPELINE: A total $8.85Bn of new investment-grade corporate, supra and covered bonds priced (*) Wed on the docket. Also, Freddie Mac (FMCC) passed on its Reference Note issuance. - $400M *American Express Credit (A2/A-) 5Y FRN 3mL+73 BAML/BAR/DB/GS $1.75B *American Express Credit (A2/A-) 5Y fxd T+85 BAML/BAR/DB/GS $750M *Health Care REIT (HCN) (Baa2/BBB) 10Y sr unsec T+177 C/JEFF/JPM/UBS $1.0B *JBIC (A1/AA-) 5Y MS+19 BAR/C/HSBC/JPM $1.5B *JBIC (A1/AA-) 10Y MS+28 BAR/C/HSBC/JPM $1.0B *Export Dev Canada (Aaa/AAA) 3Y MS-10 CS/CIBC/GS/RBC $500M *Kommuninvest (Aaa/AAA) 4Y FRN 3mL+3 C/GS/RBS 144A Reg S $700M *McGraw Hill Finl (BBB+(F) 10Y T+185 BAML/GS/JPM/MIZ 144A Reg S w/ Reg Rights $1.25B *DNB Boligkreditt (Aaa/AAA) 5Y T+49.7 BAML/BAR/HSBC/RBC Covered bonds, 144A Reg S

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    Mortgage servicers get new rules on capital, liquidity

    MarketWatch – 5:24 PM ET 05/20/2015

    WASHINGTON-- Looking to cut risk for the U.S. mortgage market, federal officials finalized rules Wednesday for loan servicers, creating minimums for net worth, capital and liquidity. The rules from federally controlled mortgage-finance giants Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC) are aimed at specialty, non- bank servicers, such as Nationstar Mortgage Holdings (NSM), which collect borrowers' mortgage payments. The new requirements will "help ensure the safe and sound operation" of Fannie and...

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    U.S. housing finance firms set non-bank lender liquidity rules

    Reuters – 4:05 PM ET 05/20/2015

    U.S. non-bank mortgage lenders will need minimum liquidity levels to do business with the government-controlled firms that dominate housing finance, according to rules announced on Wednesday that aim to shield taxpayers from risks in the home loan industry. Banks already must follow liquidity standards.

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    Statement on Revised Seller/Servicer Eligibility Standards by Dave Lowman, EVP, Single Family Business, Freddie Mac

    Market Wire – 4:05 PM ET 05/20/2015

    05/20/15 -- The following statement was released today by Dave Lowman, executive vice president of single family business at Freddie Mac (FMCC): "The new Seller/Servicer eligibility standards announced today incorporate the lessons of the recent housing crisis and reflect the expanding role of non-bank servicers in the mortgage industry.

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    BULLET: US PIPELINE: A total $7.6Bn of new...................

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 3:35 PM ET 05/20/2015

    US PIPELINE: A total $7.6Bn of new investment-grade corporate and supra bonds launched (#) or priced (*) today on the docket with other deals in play. Also, Freddie Mac (FMCC) passed on its Reference Note issuance earlier this morning. - $400M *American Express Credit (A2/A-) 5Y FRN 3mL+73 BAML/BAR/DB/GS $1.75B *American Express Credit (A2/A-) 5Y fxd T+85 BAML/BAR/DB/GS $750M *Health Care REIT (HCN) (Baa2/BBB) 10Y sr unsec T+177 C/JEFF/JPM/UBS $1.0B *JBIC (A1/AA-) 5Y MS+19 BAR/C/HSBC/JPM $1.5B *JBIC (A1/AA-) 10Y MS+28 BAR/C/HSBC/JPM $1.0B *Export Dev Canada (Aaa/AAA) 3Y MS-10 CS/CIBC/GS/RBC $500M *Kommuninvest (Aaa/AAA) 4Y FRN 3mL+3 C/GS/RBS 144A Reg S $700M #McGraw Hill Finl (BBB+(F) 10Y T+185 BAML/GS/JPM/MIZ 144A Reg S w/ Reg Rights $BM DNB Boligkreditt (Aaa/AAA) 5Y MS+37? BAML/BAR/HSBC/RBC Covered bonds, 144A Reg S

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    BULLET: US PIPELINE: A total $7.6Bn of new...................

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 2:55 PM ET 05/20/2015

    US PIPELINE: A total $7.6Bn of new investment-grade corporate and supra bonds launched (#) or priced (*) today on the docket with other deals in play. Also, Freddie Mac (FMCC) passed on its Reference Note issuance earlier this morning. - $750M *Health Care REIT (HCN) (Baa2/BBB) 10Y sr unsec T+177 C/JEFF/JPM/UBS $1.0B *JBIC (A1/AA-) 5Y MS+19 BAR/C/HSBC/JPM $1.5B *JBIC (A1/AA-) 10Y MS+28 BAR/C/HSBC/JPM $1.0B *Export Dev Canada (Aaa/AAA) 3Y MS-10 CS/CIBC/GS/RBC $500M *Kommuninvest (Aaa/AAA) 4Y FRN 3mL+3 C/GS/RBS 144A Reg S $400M #American Express Credit (A2/A-) 5Y FRN 3mL+73 BAML/BAR/DB/GS $1.75B #American Express Credit (A2/A-) 5Y fxd T+85 BAML/BAR/DB/GS $700M #McGraw Hill Finl (BBB+(F) 10Y T+185 BAML/GS/JPM/MIZ 144A Reg S w/ Reg Rights $BM DNB Boligkreditt (Aaa/AAA) 5Y MS+37? BAML/BAR/HSBC/RBC Covered bonds, 144A Reg S

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    BULLET: US PIPELINE: A total $7.6Bn of new...................

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 2:32 PM ET 05/20/2015

    US PIPELINE: A total $7.6Bn of new investment-grade corporate and supra bonds launched (#) or priced (*) today on the docket with other deals in play. Also, Freddie Mac (FMCC) passed on its Reference Note issuance earlier this morning. - $1.0B *Export Dev Canada (Aaa/AAA) 3Y MS-10 CS/CIBC/GS/RBC $500M *Kommuninvest (Aaa/AAA) 4Y FRN 3mL+3 C/GS/RBS 144A Reg S $400M #American Express Credit (A2/A-) 5Y FRN 3mL+73 BAML/BAR/DB/GS $1.75B #American Express Credit (A2/A-) 5Y fxd T+85 BAML/BAR/DB/GS $750M #Health Care REIT (Baa2/BBB) 10Y sr unsec T+177 C/JEFF/JPM/UBS $1.0B #JBIC (A1/AA-) 5Y MS+19 BAR/C/HSBC/JPM $1.5B #JBIC (A1/AA-) 10Y MS+28 BAR/C/HSBC/JPM $700M #McGraw Hill Finl (BBB+(F) 10Y T+185 BAML/GS/JPM/MIZ 144A Reg S w/ Reg Rights $BM DNB Boligkreditt (Aaa/AAA) 5Y MS+37? BAML/BAR/HSBC/RBC Covered bonds, 144A Reg S

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    Freddie Mac Forgoes Issuing A Reference Notes(R) Security on Its May 20, 2015 Announcement Date

    Market Wire – 9:14 AM ET 05/20/2015

    05/20/15 -- Freddie Mac (FMCC) announced today that it will forgo issuing a Reference Notes® security on its May 20, 2015 announcement date. This announcement is not an offer to sell any Freddie Mac (FMCC) securities. Freddie Mac's (FMCC) press releases sometimes contain forward-looking statements.

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    BULLET: MNI: FREDDIE MAC: PASSED ON REFERENCE NOTE...........

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 9:08 AM ET 05/20/2015

    MNI: FREDDIE MAC (FMCC): PASSED ON REFERENCE NOTE ISSUANCE THIS WEEK FREDDIE MAC TO DECIDE ON NEXT REFERENCE NOTE ISSUANCE MAY 27

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    BULLET: US PIPELINE: A modest list of high grade US dollar...

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 8:37 AM ET 05/20/2015

    US PIPELINE: A modest list of high grade US dollar supra and covered bond sales lined up thus far today on the calendar. And Freddie Mac (FMCC) is scheduled later this morning to announce its Reference Note issuance decision. - $BM DNB Boligkredit (Aaa/AAA) 5Y MS+37-39? BAML/BAR/HSBC/RBC Covered bonds, 144A Reg S $1.0B Export Dev Canada (Aaa/AAA) 3Y MS-9? CS/CIBC/GS/RBC $500M Kommuninvest (Aaa/AAA) 4Y FRN 3mL+3? C/GS/RBS 144A Reg S $TBD JBIC (A1/AA-) 5Y MS+19? BAR/C/HSBC/JPM $TBD JBIC (A1/AA-) 10Y MS+28? BAR/C/HSBC/JPM

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    Freddie Mac May 2015 U.S. Economic and Housing Market Outlook

    Market Wire – 10:00 AM ET 05/19/2015

    05/19/15 -- Freddie Mac (FMCC) released today its U.S. Economic and Housing Market Outlook for May, showing that while low mortgage rates helped to keep homebuyer affordability high in the first quarter of this year, housing markets are likely to see increasing interest rate volatility for the remainder of the year as market participants try to anticipate the Federal Reserve's timing around rising sho...

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    Singling Out Fannie and Freddie

    MarketWatch – 10:09 PM ET 05/18/2015

    A road map for the future of housing finance shows there won't be a return trip for Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC). That is good news for taxpayers and home buyers; not so much for those hoping the companies might be released from government control. The Federal Housing Finance Agency, which regulates the mortgage giants, released critical details Friday about the so-called single security that would replace separate mortgage-backed debt issued by Fannie and Freddie.

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    Closed SLGS Window Adds Challenge to Refundings

    SourceMedia Bond Buyer – 7:08 PM ET 05/18/2015

    The closure of the Treasury SLGS window has added a degree of difficulty to some refunding deals.

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    Closed SLGS Window Adds Challenge to Refundings

    SourceMedia Bond Buyer – 7:07 PM ET 05/18/2015

    The closure of the Treasury SLGS window has added a degree of difficulty to some refunding deals.

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    Privatized Fannie, Freddie would lead to mortgage-rate spike, experts say

    MarketWatch – 3:05 PM ET 05/18/2015

    Today's low mortgage rates could spike up almost a full percentage point if shareholders in finance-giants Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC) get their way and the companies are released from federal control, according to new research from two prominent housing-market experts. If Fannie and Freddie were privatized, they would likely have to increase their capitalization, and that would lead to higher fees and costs that are passed along to borrowers, wrote Jim Parrott, a senior fellow...

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