Freddie Mac, which is trying to manage its borrowing costs better, offered to repurchase as much as $30 billion of debt from investors Monday.

Investors may choose to tender debt from prices as low as 99.89 cents on the dollar to as high as 103.12 cents from a list of notes with $69.9 billion in outstanding balances, Freddie said.

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