If privatization happens, the stock sale for these government-owned entities could be four times the largest IPO ever.
News & Analysis: Fannie Mae
How does 90% in gains sound? That was No. 10 on the list.
The Treasury just boosted shareholders' hopes that the companies could become privately held again.
Investors were disappointed by the lack of details in the government's new housing-reform plan.
After years of waiting, shareholders could finally get some sense of where these companies are heading.
Don’t expect major stock sales anytime soon.
Is this the moment shareholders have been waiting for?
The market is increasingly optimistic that the two government-sponsored entities could return to private ownership.
A changing of the guard at the government-sponsored entities' regulator sent shares rising.
Congress is gearing up to reform the mortgage finance market, but it's unclear what will happen to investors.