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  • Weekly Recap and The Financial Markets – 03/24/17

    Weekly Recap and the Financial Markets Last week’s concerns over President Trump’s ability to deliver pro-growth policy changes as quickly as expected were favorable for mortgage rates. Mortgage rates again ended the week lower, the lowest level in three weeks. Over the past week, President Trump encountered resistance to a health care bill. This increased […]

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    Weekly Recap and the Financial Markets 03/17/17

    Weekly Recap and the Financial Markets “Just simple truth and harmony.” Glen Campbell. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen had one simple truth that was like music to Stock and Bond markets: “The simple message is the economy is doing well.” When the Fed expectedly raised its benchmark Federal Funds Rate 0.25 percent at its March […]

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    Weekly Recap and the Financial Markets – 3/10/17

    Weekly Recap and the Financial Markets Rates in the past week suffered again as stronger than expected labor data emerged. Increased expectations for tighter monetary policy from the central banks in the U.S. and Europe also were unfavorable. As a result, mortgage rates ended the week higher. ADP estimated on Wednesday about 298,000 private sector […]

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    Weekly Recap and the Financial Markets

    Weekly Recap and the Financial Markets A good week for mortgage rates as uncertainty about European elections had a somewhat positive impact. Mid-week Fed minutes and economic data had little affect on rates, which ended the week about the same as the previous week. Uncertainty about the outcome of overseas elections had investors focused on […]

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    Weekly Recap and the Financial Markets

    Weekly Recap and the Financial Markets With everything that happened last week, it seems higher mortgage rates were on the move. Stronger than expected economic data, hawkish Fed comments and a stock market rally were rough on rates for the first half of the week but rates recovered their losses and ended the week with […]

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    Weekly Mortgage Recap – 01/27/17

    Weekly Recap and the Financial Markets Mortgage rates fell enough Friday to undo the earlier week’s damage and remained unchanged for the week but the week was not short on volatility. For four days we saw bigger-than-average moves. Tuesday and Wednesday alone pushed rates more than an eighth of a point higher. But Friday and […]

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    Weekly Recap and the Financial Markets – 01/20/17

    Weekly Recap and the Financial Markets Mortgage rates sufferd this week from comments from Fed officials and stronger than expected economic data. Renewed concerns about Brexit helped a little but the week ended with higher mortgage rates. Brexit is back. On Tuesday, British Prime Minister Theresa May spoke about the UK’s objectives in its negotiations […]

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    Weekly Mortgage Recap – 1/13/17

    Weekly Recap and the Financial Markets Mortgage rates showed small improvement through most of the week. Friday’s inflation data caused a reversal and mortgage rates ended the week slightly higher. Early in the week, investors shifted some assets from stocks to bonds, including mortgage-backed securities (MBS). Comments from President-elect Trump were one reason that investors […]

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    Weekly Mortgage Summary – 12/23/16

    Freddie Mac Primary Mortgage Market Survey for 12/22/2016 Bottom Line – Mortgage Rates At Two Year High A week after the only rate hike of 2016, the mortgage industry digested the Fed’s decision and this week’s survey reflects that response. Following Yellen’s speech last Wednesday, the 10-year Treasury yield rose approximately 10 basis points. The […]

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    Weekly Mortgage Summary – 12/15/16

    Freddie Mac Primary Mortgage Market Survey for 12/15/2016 Bottom Line – Mortgage Rates Move Higher As was almost universally expected, the FOMC closed the year with its one-and-only rate hike of 2016. The consensus of the committee points to more rate hikes in 2017. However, the experience of this year combined with the policy uncertainty […]

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