Last week was a little nasty for the bond and mortgage markets, but not much; 30 yr MBS price down 40 basis points, the 10 yield increased 8 bps to 2.12%. This week will provide a lot more economic news, Janet Yellen will testify at Congress tomorrow at the Senate and Wednesday at the House. Greece and Ukraine still in the news and watched closely ...Read more
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(Blog Image from: Sotheby's International Realty) According to the latest quarterly report by the National Association of Realtors®, The majority of metropolitan areas experienced steady but slightly stronger price growth in the fourth quarter of 2014, behind a decline in housing supply and an uptick in demand fuel ...Read more
Treasuries and MBSs opened a little better this morning but couldn’t hold it. in Europe the 10 yr note was up two basis points but by 9:00 down 1 bp with 30 yr MBS price +17 bps frm Friday’s close. In Europe the Greek debt crisis talks didn’t get far as discussions ended with nothing accomplished. Eurozone finance ministers are re ...Read more
The bond and mortgage markets got a better start this morning after the big sell-off on Friday that turned our technicals frm bearish/neutral to outright bearish. The 10 broke its support at 1.84% setting of heavy covering of long bond positions and driving mortgage rates higher. The Jan employment data showed more jobs than expected and Dec and No ...Read more
US stock indexes started better early this morning. At 8:30 Dec personal income and spending; income up 0.3% as expected, spending down 0.3% slightly weaker than -0.2% expected and declined the most in five years. Sweep it under that rug with all the other market dust. Comments after the report were amazingly incoherent touting just how strong the ...Read more