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  • BRIEF-Freddie Mac Prices $547 Mln Multifamily K-Deal, K-C06

    Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp : * FREDDIE MAC PRICES $547 MILLION MULTIFAMILY K-DEAL, K-C06. * FREDDIE MAC (FMCC) - EXPECTS TO ISSUE ABOUT $547 MILLION IN K CERTIFICATES WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO SETTLE ON OR ABOUT NOV 22, 2019 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

  • Gold heads higher as U.S. stocks, Treasury yields and dollar weaken

    By Myra P. Saefong and William Watts, MarketWatch. Investors continue to gauge U.S.-China trade prospects. Gold futures headed higher on Monday, getting a boost as U.S. benchmark stock indexes, Treasury yields and the dollar weaken-- lifting investor demand for the haven metal.

  • Fed Chairman Powell, Trump Meet, Discuss Economy

    Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell met with President Trump at the White House on Monday to discuss the economy, the central bank said in a statement. Fed officials have cut their short-term rate three times since July, most recently in October to a range between 1.5% and 1.75%. Officials lowered rates to cushion the U.S. economy against the risks of a sharp slowdown due to a slide in business investment and decelerating global growth.

  • Trump meets with Fed boss Powell to discuss economy in wake of criticism

    Fed says Powell gives no hints or promises about interest rates. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell met with President Donald Trump at his request on Monday to discuss the economy, but the central bank said the Powell gave no hints or promises about what it will do next. Trump has repeatedly and harshly criticized the Fed and Powell for not cutting interest rates fast enough when the economy weakened earlier this year, but he called the face-to-face meeting "good& cordial," in a...

  • Trump says 'cordial' talk with Fed's Powell covered negative interest rates, trade

    • BY Reuters|
    • 11:00 AM ET 11/18/2019

    U.S. President Donald Trump said he met with U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Monday and discussed a wide range of topics including negative interest rates, monetary policy easing, dollar strength and U.S. trade with China and the European Union. "Just finished a very good & cordial meeting at the White House with Jay Powell of the Federal Reserve.

  • Fannie Mae Prices a $1.19 Billion Multifamily DUS REMIC (FNA 2019-M25) Under Its GeMS Program

    WASHINGTON, Nov. 18, 2019  Fannie Mae priced its tenth Multifamily DUS® REMIC in 2019 totaling $1.19 billion under its Fannie Mae Guaranteed Multifamily Structures program on November 15, 2019. "The M25 brings the total 2019 GeMS issuance to $9.6 billion and marks the 93rd GeMS issuance since the 2011 kick-off of the GeMS program," said Dan Dresser, Vice President Capital Markets & Pricing.

  • Xactly's Global Leadership in Sales Performance Management Extends to Latin America

    Xactly, the leading innovator of cloud-based sales performance management software, today announced an expansion of its global cloud footprint to capitalize on rising demand for holistic planning and its SPM platform in Latin America.

  • Wall St. slips as trade deal doubts return

    - Wall Street's main indexes eased from record levels on Monday after a report stoked fresh fears about a resolution to the U.S.-China trade dispute that has hit global growth and roiled financial markets over the past 16 months. The mood in Beijing about a deal was pessimistic due to President Donald Trump's reluctance to roll back tariffs, CNBC reported, citing a government source.

  • Trump and Powell met Monday at White House to discuss economy

    U.S. President Donald Trump and Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell met at the White House on Monday morning to discuss "the economy growth, employment and inflation," the Fed said in a statement. The meeting included Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.

  • Zimbabwe central bank cuts main lending rate to 35% from 70% -statement

    Zimbabwe's central bank cut its main lending rate to 35% from 70% effective Wednesday after a meeting of the monetary policy committee, which said the inflation outlook was positive despite a recent spike in prices. The month-on-month inflation rate soared to a four-month high of 38.75% in October from 17.7% the previous month, propelled by a surge in the prices of food and alcoholic beverages.

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