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Q&A with Jim Lockhart PDF Print E-mail

Q&A with Jim Lockhart


The former regulator of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac thinks it’s time for Congress to address taking the two players out of conservatorship. He also thinks the companies “overdid it” with their repurchase demands in recent years. Read his other comments on the current state of the market.


Mortgage Banking

January 2015

Depressed Valuations in Emerging Markets Offer Opportunities PDF Print E-mail

Most EM stocks are trading at big discounts to those in developed markets, especially the U.S., but managers caution that the gap won’t close overnight.

Institutional Investor

December 30, 2014

Time to Rethink Small Caps? PDF Print E-mail

The Russell 2000 and small caps may look tempting because they've lagged way behind the S&P 500 behind this year, but many analysts believe they are still overvalued.

On Wall Street

December 18, 2014

Next Week's Virgin Money IPO Stands to Boost Bank's Stock PDF Print E-mail

Virgin Money’s IPO could position the company as a solid U.K. banking contender

Institutional Investor

November 7, 2014

U.K. Banks Rally on Announcement of New Leverage Ratio PDF Print E-mail

The U.K.’s leading banks are well on their way to a thorough post-financial-crisis recovery. The next hurdle is calculating their litigation costs.

Institutional Investor Magazine

November 3, 2014

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