In what amounted to a road show Wednesday, Fannie Mae chairman Franklin D. Raines told analysts to expect the government-sponsored enterprise’s strong growth to continue.

Speaking to the New York Society of Securities Analysts shortly after Fannie released record third-quarter earnings, Mr. Raines highlighted Fannie’s accomplishments over the past year and said the company was on target to reach his goal, set in May 1999, of doubling its earnings per share by 2003.

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