- Last Close 0.495
- Sector Financial Services
- Industry Mortgage Finance
- Investment Style
- Day Range 0.45 – 0.50
- Year Range 0.35 – 0.89
- Market Cap 544.3591 Mil
- Volume / Avg 2.6 Mil / 2.2 Mil
- Price / Sales 0.09
- Price / Book —
- Forward Div Yield —
- Trailing Div Yield —
Morningstar‘s Stock Analysis FNMA
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Company Profile FNMA
Federal National Mortgage Association Fannie Mae is a nonbank financial services company. Its objective is to tear down barriers, lower costs, and increase the opportunities for homeownership and affordable rental housing for all Americans. The company operates in the secondary mortgage market by purchasing mortgage loans and mortgage-related securities, from mortgage market institutions, such as commercial banks, savings and loan associations, mortgage banking companies, securities dealers, and other investors. It has two business segments namely Single-Family and Multifamily. Most of the revenue is derived from the Single-Family segment.
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FAQs for Federal National Mortgage Association Fannie Mae Stock
No. FNMA does not currently have a forward dividend yield.
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FNMA’s market cap is 544.36 Mil.
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FNMA’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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