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FNF Group of Fidelity National (FNF) Sees New 52-Week High

The company is up since yesterday’s close of $46.1. Company shares last traded at $46.42 which is just over the 50 day moving average of $44.09 and which is marginally over the 200 day moving average of $39.61. The 50 day moving average was up by +5.57% and the 200 day average was up $6.93.

Here is the rundown on market activity for FNF Group of Fidelity National (NYSE:FNF). EVP Brent B. Bickett let go of 58,896 shares at an average price of $44.77 on June 28th. The EVP now owns $22,553,403 of the stock as reported to the SEC. Michael Joseph Nolan, President sold $3,516,575 worth of shares at an average price of $43.55 on Fri the 2nd. Nolan now owns $4,618,997 of stock as recorded in a recent Form 4 SEC filing.

Anthony Park, EVP let go of $5,735,484 worth of shares at an average price of $41.28 on Fri the 19th. That brings the EVP’s holdings to $8,453,944 per an SEC filing yesterday.

Fidelity National Financial, Inc. (FNF), launched on May 24, 2005, is a holding company. The Company is a provider of title insurance, technology and transaction services to the real estate and mortgage industries. The Business’s segments include Title, Black Knight, FNF Core Corporate and Other, Restaurant Group, and FNFV Corporate and Other. Its business is organized into groups, including FNF Group and FNF Ventures (FNFV). The Company offers title insurance through its title insurance underwriters: Fidelity National Title Insurance Company, Chicago Title Insurance Company, Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Company, Alamo Title Insurance and National Title Insurance of New York Inc., which collectively issue title insurance policies. The Company, through its subsidiary, ServiceLink Holdings, LLC (ServiceLink), provides mortgage transaction services, including title-related services and facilitation of production and management of mortgage loans. FNF Group also provides mortgage technology solutions, including MSP, a residential mortgage servicing technology platform in the United States, through its subsidiary, Black Knight Financial Services, Inc. (Black Knight). The Company, through its FNFV group, owns investment stakes in a number of entities, including American Blue Ribbon Holdings, LLC (ABRH), Ceridian HCM, Inc. (Ceridian) and Digital Insurance, Inc. (OneDigital).

Fidelity's O'Neil cuts risk; Treasuries nearly 1/3 of Total Bond fund -Barron's

(Reuters) - Fixed income fund manager Ford O'Neil, who oversees Fidelity's $29.7 billion Total Bond fund, has reduced the fund's investments in high-yield, emerging market and corporate bonds, according to a report from Barron's.

O'Neil is cutting back the fund's exposure to risky assets overall, reducing his position across virtually every fixed-income category and adding exposure to U.S. Treasury bonds. Treasuries now make up 32 percent of assets, more than double what it was a year ago, according to Barron's.

“The risk assets we purchased are priced for perfection,” he said in the report. “There isn’t a lot of value and very little margin for error.”

He has also increased his exposure to inflation-protected Treasuries, bringing the fund's position in TIPS to more than 6 percent of total assets, with a focus on intermediate and longer-term bonds.

Ford believes interest rates are likely to rise modestly as inflation edges up, but strong demand for fixed income from retiring baby boomers and overseas investors should have a stabilizing effect.

Fidelity Mortgage sells a mortgage on Doug's home to Enterprise Bank.Enterprise erroneously pays the real esta

te taxes on the home. When Enterprise demands reimbursment, Doug refuses, arguing that no contract exists that obligates him to reimburse the bank. What legal theory might Enterprise use to get its money from Doug?


Was there an escrow account set up for taxes in the original loan with Fidelity? If not, chances are Doug also paid the taxes to the county unless Enterprise brought it to Doug's attention that they had already paid them.