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2016 

Thursday's European Central Bank (ECB) meeting was viewed as negative for U.S. mortgage rates. The economic data released this week had little impact. As a result, mortgage rates ended the week a little higher. Some investors were disappointed by Thursday's decision by the ECB to make no change i...
07/22/2016
 With long-term bond yields at or near record low levels following the Brexit vote on June 23, investors decided this week that stocks had become relatively more attractive than bonds. Investors shifted assets from bonds to stocks, pushing the Dow to a record high, and mortgage-backed securities ...
07/15/2016
 Feds Continue to Prime The Pump With Accomodative Economic PolicyOver the past week, investors continued to seek the safety of U.S. bonds in the wake of the British vote to exit the European Union. This added demand offset stronger than expected U.S. economic data, and mortgage rates ended the w...
07/08/2016
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