PHH Corporation (PHH)

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14.45+0.24 (+1.69%)
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Prev Close14.21
Bid14.36 x 500
Ask14.38 x 200
Day's Range14.20 - 14.50
52wk Range8.26 - 18.68
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap773.48M
P/E Ratio (ttm)-5.59
Avg Vol (3m)474,679
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Earnings DateN/A
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  • American City Business Journals10 days ago

    Faced with losing mortgage work, PHH to cut 91 jobs

    Faced with losing almost a third of its mortgage subservicing portfolio, PHH Corp. said it would cut 91 of 294 employees in its Buffalo, New York facility by the end of the year, according to a WARN notice filed in New York state. The Mount Laurel, New Jersey-based company also told Buffalo Business First that it was “evaluating (its) long-term need” to maintain a presence in western New York. The cuts stem from HSBC last month announcing that it has agreed to sell 139,000 mortgage loans currently serviced by PHH (PHH) to a buyer that does not intend to retain PHH as subservicer.

  • American City Business Journals11 days ago

    PHH Corp. future in Amherst looks bleak as mortgage servicer begins layoffs

    PHH Corp. will cut one-third of its local workforce at the end of the year and more cuts are likely in 2017. The mortgage service provider – which currently employs 294 people in Amherst – is also “evaluating (its) long-term need” to maintain a local presence, company spokesperson Dico Akseraylian said. With layoffs on the horizon, PHH said it does not plan to stay at 1760 Wehrle Drive, the $34 million office complex the company has occupied since last year.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    In afterglow of Wells case, U.S. consumer agency faces fight for its life

    The U.S. watchdog for consumer finance scored a major victory last week when it was part of the government group that forced Wells Fargo & Co (WFC.N) into a $190 million settlement of fraud charges, but the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau still faces an ugly fight to justify its own existence. The CFPB could lose its first battle as early as Friday, the earliest that a U.S. District Court could rule on whether the CFPB's single-director structure is unconstitutional. The lawsuit, brought by mortgage servicer PHH Corporation over a fine for allegedly taking kickbacks for referring customers to an insurance company, is the most serious legal test the agency has faced.