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    Spring Puts Bounce in Housing Market

    MarketWatch – 10:29 PM ET 03/30/2015

    The demise of the housing recovery has been greatly exaggerated. Despite the fact that bond yields--and, therefore, mortgage rates--did precisely the opposite of what Wall Street expected in 2014 by staying low, the pace of home-price appreciation slowed. The year-over-year change in the S&P/Case- Shiller 20 City Composite index has fallen sharply to 4.5% last December from 13.8% in November 2013..

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    Mortgage Picture Brightens for Banks

    MarketWatch – 11:40 AM ET 03/30/2015

    The home-loan business is showing surprising strength. That could provide an unexpected boost to bank earnings. The Mortgage Bankers Association's most recent weekly mortgage-applications survey showed the unadjusted purchase mortgage index up 3% from a year ago.

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    BULLET: US AGENCIES: /US PIPELINE: Fannie Mae is scheduled...

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 9:50 AM ET 03/30/2015

    US AGENCIES: /US PIPELINE: Fannie Mae (FNMA) is scheduled Wed to announce its Benchmark Note issuance decision. The agency passed on its previous three calendar slots and last priced $3 billion of 5-year Benchmark Notes in early Jan at T+15.5. Those notes were last bid 5 bps tighter than that level, per one broker screen.

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    Wall Street Banks Bask in Warmer Trading Clime

    MarketWatch – 6:06 PM ET 03/26/2015

    Although winter weather still besets the northeastern U.S., spring has certainly arrived for big Wall Street banks: Trading is back in bloom. The volume of trading in bonds, interest-rate products, currencies, and commodities has been sharply higher in the first three months of 2015. This will likely mean improved trading revenues when the big market-making banks report results for the quarter coming to its close in just a few days. That should provide some relief to investors.

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    U.S. Fed balance sheet details for latest week

    Reuters – 4:30 PM ET 03/26/2015

    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' US debt holdings - Fed

    Reuters – 4:30 PM ET 03/26/2015

    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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    REFILE-Nomura, RBS 'crap' emails come into play in $1 bln mortgage bond trial

    Reuters – 2:31 PM ET 03/26/2015

    In 2007, a Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc (RBS) employee emailed his boss with his view of a sample of mortgages underlying a bond that the bank was underwriting: "This one is crap." Asked about it this week in Manhattan federal court, Brian Farrell, the employee, said he did not recall the deal.

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    Fed market gurus prep rate hike amid last-minute anxieties

    Reuters – 2:11 PM ET 03/26/2015

    The New York Federal Reserve officials tasked with prying interest rates off the floor have been meeting with bankers and traders to plot how best to do it, amid deep uncertainty over how much control they will really have over short-term lending markets.

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    INSIGHT-Fed market gurus prep rate hike amid last-minute anxieties

    Reuters – 2:06 PM ET 03/26/2015

    * Central bank's control over short-term markets uncertain. * Fed officials, traders talk market mechanics over lunch. * After exhaustive tests, NY Fed's credibility in balance. By Jonathan Spicer.

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    U.S. housing regulator issue final rule on trust fund allocations

    Reuters – 12:51 PM ET 03/26/2015

    The regulator for the nation's two biggest housing finance firms issued a final rule on Thursday keeping in place restrictions on how the firms deal with the costs of their contributions to a national housing trust fund. The Federal Housing Finance Agency made final the rule that bans Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC) from passing the costs of trust fund allocations onto mortgage originators.

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    BULLET: US MBS: Fed op bought the following in 30Y TBAs:.....

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 11:47 AM ET 03/26/2015

    US MBS: Fed op bought the following in 30Y TBAs: $578mm Fannie Mae (FNMA) with 3 coupon, $508mm with 3.5 coupons. $464mm Freddie with 3 coupon and $411mm with 3.5 coupon. May delivery. Fed bought $1.961B vs offers submitted of $6.824B.

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    BULLET: US MBS: Fedop is underway to buy up to the...........

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 11:16 AM ET 03/26/2015

    US MBS: Fedop is underway to buy up to the following in 30Y TBAs: $600mm Fannie Mae with 3 coupon, $525mm with 3.5 coupons. $475mm Freddie with 3 coupon and $425mm with 3.5 coupon. May delivery cycle has begun. Results 11:45am.

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    BULLET: US: FHFA says Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac completed...

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 11:05 AM ET 03/26/2015

    US: FHFA says Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC) completed nearly 65,900 foreclosure prevention actions in the fourth quarter of 2014, bringing the total foreclosure prevention actions to more than 3.4 million since the start of the conservatorships in September 2008. These measures have helped nearly 2.8 million borrowers stay in their homes, including 1.8 million who received permanent loan modifications.

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    BULLET: US MBS: First op under new schedule for next 11......

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 11:02 AM ET 03/26/2015

    US MBS: First op under new schedule for next 11 trading days is for up to $2025mm in 30Y Fannies and Freddies with 3 and 3.5 coupons. Kicks off at 11:15 with results at 11:45am in following amounts: $600mm Fannie Mae (FNMA) with 3 coupon, $525mm with 3.5 coupons. $475mm Freddie with 3 coupon and $425mm with 3.5 coupon. 30Y spreads tightening up a bit in response.

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    House prices up 0.3% in January, FHFA says

    MarketWatch – 9:14 AM ET 03/24/2015

    U.S. house prices rose a seasonally adjusted 0.3% in January, the Federal Housing Finance Agency said Tuesday. The index, calculated from mortgages sold to or guaranteed by Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC), is up 5.1% from January 2014 levels. (END) Dow Jones Newswires 03-24-15 0914 ET Copyright (c) 2015 Dow Jones& Company, Inc..

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    Ocwen to Sell Additional $25 Billion Portfolio to Nationstar

    DJ Business News – 8:25 AM ET 03/24/2015

    Ocwen Financial Corp. (OCN) agreed to sell mortgage servicing rights on an additional $25 billion of loans held by Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC) to Nationstar Mortgage Holdings Inc. (NSM), as the embattled mortgage-servicing company continues to scale back its business. The deal comes just hours after Ocwen disclosed late Monday that it had been threatened with a possible delisting by the New York Stock Exchange for failing to file its 2014 annual financial statement on time, and that it...

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    Ocwen to Sell Added $25 Billion in Mortgage Servicing Rights -- Update

    DJ Business News – 8:16 AM ET 03/24/2015

    Ocwen Financial Corp. (OCN) agreed to sell mortgage servicing rights on an additional $25 billion of loans held by Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC) to Nationstar Mortgage Holdings Inc. (NSM), as the embattled mortgage-servicing company continues to scale back its business. The deal comes just hours after Ocwen disclosed late Monday that it had been threatened with a possible delisting by the New York Stock Exchange for failing to file its 2014 annual financial statement on time, and that it...

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    Ocwen to Sell Additional $25 Billion in Mortgage Servicing Rights to Nationstar

    DJ Business News – 8:04 AM ET 03/24/2015

    Ocwen Financial Corp. (OCN) agreed to sell mortgage servicing rights on an additional $25 billion of loans held by Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC) to Nationstar Mortgage Holdings Inc. (NSM). The deal comes a day after the embattled mortgage-servicing company disclosed it had been threatened with a possible delisting by the New York Stock Exchange for failing to file its 2014 annual financial statement on time, and that it wasn't certain when it would file the required statements.

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    Ocwen Financial's stock tumbles after deficiency letter from NYSE was received

    MarketWatch – 7:42 AM ET 03/24/2015

    Shares of Ocwen Financial Corp. (OCN) tumbled 10% in premarket trade Tuesday, as its announcement of plans to sell a portfolio of mortgage servicing rights with a principal balance of $25 billion failed to offset a warning from the New York Stock Exchange it was not in compliance with continued listing standards. The financial services company said late Monday that it received a deficiency letter from the NYSE on March 18 because of its failure to file its annual report on Form 10- K...

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    BULLET: US: NY Fed report evaluates "The Rescue of Fannie....

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 1:44 PM ET 03/23/2015

    US: NY Fed report evaluates "The Rescue of Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac" - see http://www.newyorkfed.org/research/staff_reports/sr719.html

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