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FREDDIEMAC/CFO
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April 22, 2009 
Reporters gather around a Fairfax County Police spokesman outside the home of David Kellermann, acting... 
Vienna, UNITED STATES 
Reporters gather around a Fairfax County Police spokesman outside the home of David Kellermann, acting... 
Reporters gather around a Fairfax County Police spokesman outside the home of David Kellermann, acting chief financial officer of mortgage giant Freddie Mac in Vienna, Virginia, April 22, 2009. Kellermann, acting chief financial officer of troubled U.S. mortgage giant Freddie Mac, was found dead on Wednesday in his suburban Virginia home after apparently committing suicide, a local police source said. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES BUSINESS) 
News
News 
Freddie Mac Executive Committed Suicide - 22 Apr 2009 
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FREDDIEMAC-USA-RESULTS/Q4
RTXCNQ0 
March 11, 2009 
The headquarters of mortgage lender Freddie Mac is seen in Mclean, Virginia, near Washington, in this... 
Mclean, UNITED STATES 
File photo shows the headquarters of mortgage lender Freddie Mac in McLean 
The headquarters of mortgage lender Freddie Mac is seen in Mclean, Virginia, near Washington, in this September 8, 2008 file photo. Freddie Mac, a top mortgage finance company the U.S. government is depending on to help stabilize the housing market, said on March 11, 2009 it needs $30.8 billion from the Treasury to survive after a massive fourth-quarter loss. REUTERS/Jason Reed/Files (UNITED STATES BUSINESS) 
FREDDIEMAC-USA-RESULTS/Q4
RTXCNPX 
March 11, 2009 
The headquarters of mortgage lender Freddie Mac is seen in Mclean, Virginia, near Washington, in this... 
Mclean, UNITED STATES 
File photo shows the headquarters of mortgage lender Freddie Mac in McLean 
The headquarters of mortgage lender Freddie Mac is seen in Mclean, Virginia, near Washington, in this September 8, 2008 file photo. Freddie Mac, a top mortgage finance company the U.S. government is depending on to help stabilize the housing market, said on March 11, 2009 it needs $30.8 billion from the Treasury to survive after a massive fourth-quarter loss. REUTERS/Jason Reed/Files (UNITED STATES BUSINESS) 
FANNIE-FREDDIE/
RTX8K9H 
September 08, 2008 
The headquarters of mortgage lender Freddie Mac is seen in Mclean, Virginia, near Washington, September... 
Mclean, UNITED STATES 
The headquarters of mortgage lender Freddie Mac is seen in Mclean, Virginia, near Washington 
The headquarters of mortgage lender Freddie Mac is seen in Mclean, Virginia, near Washington, September 8, 2008. Fannie Mae's and Freddie Mac's stocks took a dive while their debt soared Monday, as investors bet the U.S. government's takeover of the mortgage finance firms would wipe out shareholders but fully guarantee their bonds. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES) 
FANNIE-FREDDIE/
RTX8K9F 
September 08, 2008 
The headquarters of mortgage lender Freddie Mac is seen in Mclean, Virginia, near Washington, September... 
Mclean, UNITED STATES 
The headquarters of mortgage lender Freddie Mac is seen in Washington 
The headquarters of mortgage lender Freddie Mac is seen in Mclean, Virginia, near Washington, September 8, 2008. Fannie Mae's and Freddie Mac's stocks took a dive while their debt soared Monday, as investors bet the U.S. government's takeover of the mortgage finance firms would wipe out shareholders but fully guarantee their bonds. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES) 
Financial Crisis
Financial Crisis 
U.S. Seizes Fannie, Freddie - 07 Sep 2008 
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MARKETS-STOCKS
RTR20GUI 
July 23, 2008 
The corporate logo for Freddie Mac is seen at its headquarters building in McLean, Virginia, July 23,... 
Mclean, UNITED STATES 
The corporate logo for Freddie Mac is seen at its headquarters building in McLean 
The corporate logo for Freddie Mac is seen at its headquarters building in McLean, Virginia, July 23, 2008. U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday as financial shares climbed on hopes lawmakers will approve a rescue plan for mortgage finance companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and as the price of oil fell. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES) 
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