Troubled home mortgage lender Freddie Mac reported a 60-percent-drop in net income for the first half of 2005, $1.64 billion, partly reflecting losses on derivatives contracts used to hedge interest-rate risks as well as accounting changes.
The company did report that the fair value of its net assets rose 2.2 percent from a year earlier, to $27.4 billion.
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