$157b needed vs year ago $190b needed, HMMM. Each year they need $22b less, or 15% less.
If the U.S. unemployment rate were to reach 10 percent in 2016 and the economy were to contract by 4.5 percent, the companies would need $68.6 billion to $157.3 billion, depending on how tax assets are treated in the accounting, the tests found. A similar test performed a year ago projected they would need as much as $190 billion in a severe downturn.
15% less needed from 2014 to 2015!
So in 2 years or less they would only need $157-$66! This may be accelerating also!
$90b would be easy to do if the Treasury would return the extra money it TOOK, ABOUT $60b!
By 2 years from now Treasury will have TOOK about be $90b! Seems like enough.
Don't forget FANNIE AND FREDDIE still have about $90b DTA left right now!
- PVCT shareholder blog
- GILD shareholders blog
- FANNIE FREDDIE GOOGLE GROUP
- Bill Maloni GSE
- FNMA - YAHOO message board
- FNMA Real Time QUOTE
- $60 per share, target
- Throwing out the case: Perry Injunction
- Why the FHFA took over Fannie and Freddie and AIG
- homesteading off grid planning
- Save on Your Electric Bill