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Benchmark Mortgage Rate Dips on China’s Market Chaos

Benchmark Mortgage Rate Dips on China’s Market Chaos

With China’s stock market rout rattling the markets near and far, and a subsequent flight to quality driving the 10-year Treasury yield down, the average rate for a benchmark 30-year mortgage slipped back below 4 percent over the past week. At 3.97 percent, the current 30-year rate is 24... Read More »

Odds of a Rate Hike Rise, 10-Year Treasury on the Move

According to activity in the futures market, the probability of a Federal Funds rate hike by the end of the year has jumped from 30 percent in October to 75 percent today.  And with her speech at the Economic Club of Washington yesterday, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen continues to pave... Read More »

Basis For 30-Year Mortgage Rate On The Move (Up)

Since hitting a 2015 high of 3.87 percent last week, the average rate for a 30-year fixed mortgage has been relatively unchanged.  But the 10-year Treasury yield, the basis for the 30-year mortgage rate, jumped around 10 basis points (0.10) this morning on strong jobs data. And while the... Read More »