Fannie Mae Earned $2.7b In Q1, Doesn't' Seek Aid

Fannie Mae

WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. mortgage giant Fannie Mae made money in the first three months of the year and is not seeking additional federal aid. It's the first time the company has reported a net income gain since it was taken over by the government during the 2008 financial crisis....

Senh: Yay! They're no longer sucking money from taxpayers.

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