While Freddie Mac's recent infusion of capital brought a wave of calm after its tumultuous third-quarter losses, analysts remain concerned about the overall financial health of the nation's second-largest buyer and guarantor of home loans.

The company recently sold $6 billion in preferred stock as a way to raise capital and win over investor confidence. The move came just over a week after the GSE announced that it was posting a $2 billion third-quarter loss, its largest quarterly drop ever. Approximately $1.2 billion in losses were tied to money the company set aside to cover bad home loans.

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