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Freddie Mac’s Net Income Nearly Doubles in Q1 Up to $524 Million


Derivative losses were largely responsible for dropping Freddie Mac's net income by nearly $2 billion from Q3 to Q4 down to $227 million, but the GSE responded by nearly doubling that net income total in Q1 to $524 million. It marked the 14th consecutive quarter of profitability for Freddie Mac. In Q1, derivative losses declined to $2.4 billion, down from $3.4 billion the previous quarter.

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AACER: Bankruptcy Filings Continue April Decline; Total Has Fallen 47 Percent Since Peak


Both the total bankruptcy filings for April and that average filings per day declined from March in the same number of filing days, continuing a trend that has been ongoing since the height of the financial crisis in 2010, according to April 2015 AACER bankruptcy data reported by Epiq Systems. In April, there were 77,884 total bankruptcy filings, down from March's total of 81,622 in the same number of filing days (22) during the month. April totaled 3,540 filings per day, compared with 3,712 in March.

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Report: Foreclosure-Related Complaints Decreasing Faster Than Non-Current Inventory


The data showed that modification, collection, and foreclosure-related complaints were falling at an even fast rate than the number of non-current loans over that same period. In Q1 2013, the number of such complaints were received by the Bureau totaled 10,047; for the fourth quarter of 2014, that number was 4,741, a decline of 53 percent–compared to the 27 percent decline for non-current loan inventory.

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