Mortgage Newsletter- May 28th, 2012 Dana Bain Premiere Mortgage 978-422-2311

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Newsletter-May 28th, 2012
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Dana Bain
Dana Bain
Premiere Mortgage Services
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Market Comment

Mortgage bond prices finished the week weaker pushing mortgage interest rates higher.The negative trend started Tuesday following Fitch’s downgrade of Japan’s debt.This spooked the markets a bit as traders feared additional debt downgrades could hit unexpected countries.The negative movement was reversed temporarily Wednesday as continued speculation regarding Greece leaving the euro dominated the news.Unfortunately that wasn’t enough to erase the earlier losses.

Most of the news came in near estimates and as a result did not move trading much.Mortgage interest rates finished the week worse by about 3/8 of a discount point.



Date & Time



Consumer Confidence

Tuesday, May 29,
10:00 am, et

69.8 Important.An indication of consumers’ willingness to spend.Weakness may lead to lower mortgage rates.
ADP Employment

Thursday, May 31,
8:30 am, et

135k Important.An indication of employment.Weakness may bring lower rates.
Weekly Jobless Claims

Thursday, May 31,
8:30 am, et

370k Important.An indication of employment.Higher claims may result in lower rates.
Q1 GDP Second Estimate

Thursday, May 31,
8:30 am, et

Up 2% Important.The aggregate measure of US economic production.Weakness may lead to lower rates.

Friday, June 1,
8:30 am, et

Payrolls +135k

Very important.An increase in unemployment or weakness in payrolls may bring lower rates.
Personal Income and Outlays

Friday, June 1,
8:30 am, et

Up 0.2%,
Up 0.1%

Important.A measure of consumers’ ability to spend.Weakness may lead to lower mortgage rates.
PCE Core Inflation

Friday, June 1,
8:30 am, et

Up 0.2% Important.A measure of price increases for all domestic personal consumption.Weaker figure may help rates improve.
ISM Index Friday, June 1,
10:00 am, et
54 Important.A measure of manufacturer sentiment.Weakness may lead to lower mortgage rates.
Construction Spending Friday, June 1,
10:00 am, et
Up 0.2% Low importance.An indication of economic strength.Significant weakness may lead to lower rates.

Gross Domestic Product

The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is one the most important reports during any given quarter.GDP is a measure of US economic output and spending.The report is significant in that it provides investors, analysts, traders, and economists with a comprehensive report of the direction of the economy.In addition, it also influences the decisions of Federal Reserve policy makers, Congressional budget employees, and corporate financial planners.

GDP is the sum total of goods and services produced by the United States. The initial report is often based on incomplete data. Therefore, additional revisions are released over the following two months. There are often substantial differences between the initial release and the revisions. The mortgage-backed security market generally responds favorably to weaker GDP growth. While revisions generally don’t move the market like the original release, they still have the potential to cause market volatility.

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