WASHINGTON, April 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Fannie Mae (OTC Bulletin Board: FNMA) will redeem the principal amounts indicated for the following securities issues on the redemption dates indicated below at a redemption price equal to 100 percent of the principal amount redeemed, plus accrued interest thereon to the date of redemption:
Principal Security Interest Amount Type Rate Maturity Date CUSIP Redemption Date $25,000,000 MTN 3.100% April 14, 2014 3136FHGJ8 April 14, 2011 $200,000,000 MTN 2.000% April 14, 2014 3136FHHH1 April 14, 2011 $100,000,000 MTN 3.375% October 14, 2016 3136FMJB1 April 14, 2011 $100,000,000 MTN 2.000% July 14, 2015 3136FMK86 April 14, 2011 $75,000,000 MTN 1.500% July 14, 2015 3136FML77 April 14, 2011 $50,000,000 MTN 1.250% July 14, 2015 3136FMM68 April 14, 2011 $250,000,000 MTN 2.000% July 14, 2014 31398AW40 April 14, 2011
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This press release does not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy securities of Fannie Mae. Nothing in this press release constitutes advice on the merits of buying or selling a particular investment. Any investment decision as to any purchase of securities referred to herein must be made solely on the basis of information contained in Fannie Mae's applicable Offering Circular, and that no reliance may be placed on the completeness or accuracy of the information contained in this press release.
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SOURCE Fannie Mae