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MBS RECAP: Bonds on Autopilot Ahead of Fed Minutes and Treasury Auction
Posted on Tuesday May 22, 2018

Posted To: MBS Commentary

For the 2nd straight day , trading levels in bond markets held inside a narrow range--far narrower than that seen on any given day last week, let alone the entire week. This could be incidental or it could be in anticipation of some future event. The leading candidates as far as future events would be tomorrow's release of the Fed Minutes at 2pm as well as the first serious Treasury auction of the week (5yr Notes at 1pm). Given that the bigger of the two events hits an hour later, that's where we'd be looking for intraday risk-- at least it would be if we were in a more normal environment. As it stands, the bond market is exceptionally well availed of the Fed's plans and it's unlikely that new information is going to be gleaned from this or any near-term release. The only...(read more)

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Mortgage Rates Super Flat So Far This Week
Posted on Tuesday May 22, 2018

Posted To: Mortgage Rate Watch

After quite a bit of volatility and a move up to 7-year highs last week, mortgage rates have managed to avoid any semblance of drama so far this week. In fact, each of the past 2 days has seen the average lender keep 30yr fixed rates perfectly in-line with Friday's latest levels. The worst that could be said of these rates is that they're very close to last week's highs. The second worst thing that could be said of these rates is that they're the latest in a series of gradual moves higher over the past few years. The general expectation is that rates can continue to move higher as long as the economy continues to tolerate higher borrowing costs. Mortgage lenders know that we are now in a rising rate environment. That means they're less likely to offer huge improvements on rate sheets unless...(read more)

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Fed: Less than 40% of Americans on the Right Retirement Track
Posted on Tuesday May 22, 2018

Less than 40% of Americans say their retirement plans are on track, and non-retirees report widespread confusion about some common financial tools and concepts, according to a new report from the Federal Reserve. Three-fifths of working people with 401(k)s, IRAs, and traditional savings accounts reported “little or no comfort” with managing them, the Fed found […]

Wave of New Private Reverse Mortgages to Hit This Summer
Posted on Tuesday May 22, 2018

One day after Reverse Mortgage Funding announced its new proprietary Equity Edge Reverse Mortgage, two more companies affirmed their commitment to building the private home equity conversion loan space. Longbridge Financial will introduce multiple private reverse mortgage products this year, CEO Chris Mayer announced Tuesday at the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association’s eastern meeting in […]