Fannie Mae said that it believes its internal accounting review is finally over, and that its anticipated restatement will be much less than its previous $2.4 billion estimates.
The home mortgage giant says that it now expects to be able to complete the restatement of its 2004 earnings by the end of this year. The company hasn't submitted a filing since late 2004.
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