Freddie Mac has priced $4 billion of 5.00% two-year Reference Notes due Jan. 16, 2009, and $3 billion of 5.00% 10-year Reference Notes due Feb. 16, 2017.The two-year issue (CUSIP: 3137EAAL3) was priced at 99.889 to yield 5.059%, 17.5 basis points more than two-year Treasury notes, the government-sponsored enterprise said. The 10-year issue (CUSIP: 3137EAAM1) was priced at 99.255 to yield 5.096%, 32.5 bps more than 10-year Treasury notes. The settlement date for both issues is Jan. 16. Citigroup Global Markets Inc., Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., and RBS Greenwich Capital led the transaction for the two-year security, and Banc of America Securities, J.P. Morgan Chase, and Morgan Stanley led for the 10-year issue. Freddie Mac can be found online at http://www.freddiemac.com.

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