employment: This Week in Lending - 06/06/11 05:21 AM
Friday's Employment report was a disappointing indicator of the current state of the US economic recovery. This report, along with just about every other economic measure released this week, was weaker than expected. As a result, mortgage rates fell to a new low for the year. Against a consensus forecast of 150K, the economy added just 54K jobs in May, and the figures for prior months were revised lower as well. This was the lowest monthly level of net job creation since September 2010. The big question about the economy is whether the slowdown in growth is mostly due to temporary … (0 comments)

employment: Interest rates on the rise..!?? - 03/07/11 02:14 PM

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employment: This Week in Lending... - 02/07/11 07:35 AM

Inflation concerns hit bond markets this week. Despite soothing comments from Fed Chief Bernanke, stronger than expected economic growth and higher commodity prices raised investor fears that future inflation may increase. As a result, mortgage rates moved higher during the week.Global economic growth has been picking up, particularly in developing countries, which has increased the demand for commodities. Many developing countries already have had to deal with rising inflation, and readings in Europe have moved higher recently as well. In the US, Fed officials tend to focus on core inflation (which excludes food and energy), and these measures have been … (0 comments)

 
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