MBS RECAP: Wage Growth Breakout Prompts Bond Yield Breakout
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While the Labor Department’s Employment Situation Report for June showed wages plodding along at a 2.7 percent annual. which 1.2 million units are being added in some previously high growth metros.
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MBS RECAP: Bonds End Weaker as Stocks Threaten a Breakout.. Bond yields have been quite willing to reconnect with stocks after the late-2018 disconnect.. GDP Growth Called "Transitory" While.
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Treasury yields fell monday, pulling back from intraday highs, after a gauge of consumer prices rose less than expected, diminishing fears around an inflation bounceback. The 10-year Treasury note yield was down 0.9 basis point to 2.632%, after coming off an intraday high of 2.674%. The 2-year note yield fell a single basis point to 2.467%.
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Mortgage Rates Sideways Ahead of Fed Announcement Mortgage rates today, February 22, 2019, plus lock recommendations (heraldkeeper via comtex. market growth and gross margin by regions, Strategic recommendations for the new entrants, Market forecasts for a minimum of five years of all the mentioned.Mortgage rates crept slightly higher this week, holding out in the lower 4% threshold. Markets are treading water so to speak as they brace for ripples from the Fed and the April jobs report. Markets are treading water so to speak as they brace for ripples from the Fed and the April jobs report.
Posted To: MBS Commentary Yesterday’s bond market weakness introduced some risk of a technical shift back toward higher yields. Specifically, fast and slow stochastics (shorter and longer term momentum gauges) were simultaneously ‘overbought’ for the first time since April. Making things complicated was the fact that bonds were still showing some signs of resilience as [.]
The positive momentum in equities slowed in Asian trading with losses seen on the Nikkei (-0.4%), and HSCEI , the SCHOMP unchanged and EM indices such as the Nifty (-0.1%). In Australia, a disappointing December employment report saw a 23k fall in jobs for the month against consensus expectations of rise of 10k.
The problems confronting builders are also hurting job and economic growth. NAHB says the construction of 1,000 single-family homes generates more than 3,000 jobs, approximately $145.4 million in.