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|Surprisingly Resilient Despite Stronger NFP|
|12/8/2023 4:07 PM|
|Surprisingly Resilient Despite Stronger NFP Nonfarm Payrolls (NFP)--the headline component of the big jobs report came in higher than expected today. Adding to the challenges for the bond market, the unemployment rate ticked down to 3.7% from 3.9% previously (also the forecast for today). Given the st...Read More|
|Mortgage Rates Surprisingly Resilient Despite Moving Slightly Higher After Jobs Report|
|12/8/2023 3:35 PM|
|Heading into this week (and even throughout the entirety of last week) we were mostly focused on seeing today"s jobs report for the next big dose of influence on the mortgage rate landscape. Unsurprisingly, a strong report resulted in higher rates, but not as high as we might have imagined. In fact, many borrowers will barely see a difference comp...Read More|
|Jobs Report Good Enough to Rain on Bond Bull Parade|
|12/8/2023 10:39 AM|
|Bond bulls have been on parade since November 1st and especially since November 14th (CPI). Since then, we haven"t seen any real threats to the linear rally trend. It"s a testament to that bullishness that today"s 10bp spike in 10yr Treasury yields actually still manages to fit inside that bullish narrative, even if only just. On a...Read More|
|LO Technology, Broker PPE Products; Training and Webinars This Week; 3.7% Unemployment|
|12/8/2023 10:15 AM|
|“What do you call James Bond having a bath? Bubble 07.” In different bond matters, mortgage rates will always be higher than Treasury rates, in part because of the prepayment risk in mortgages that doesn’t exist with Treasury bonds. With the drop in rates, sales management personnel at lenders are busy figuring out how best to remind the staff abou...Read More|
|Mortgage Rates Roughly Unchanged Today, But Probably Not Tomorrow|
|12/7/2023 3:59 PM|
|If you"re reading this on Thursday, December 7th, it is the day before the big jobs report--the one that has all the potential in the world to cause huge reactions for interest rates. It"s not that lenders are watching the economic data and then guessing at how to adjust their rates in response. Lenders are watching the bond market to d...Read More|
|How Big Could Friday"s Jobs Report Be?|
|12/7/2023 3:56 PM|
|How Big Could Friday"s Jobs Report Be? Thursday ended up being a very calm day relative to most of the recent context. MBS lost an eighth and 10yr yields moved up a few bps, but both are still right in line with their best levels in months. There were no stand-out market movers and no notable po...Read More|
|No Major Volatility Ahead of Friday"s Jobs Report|
|12/7/2023 10:59 AM|
|Thursday didn"t exactly have any high risk events from a data standpoint with weekly Jobless Claims being the most notable report. Claims came in very close to consensus while continued claims fell back below 1.9m. One could argue that there was a brief selling response in bonds, but it didn"t last. Most of the AM weakness was a factor ...Read More|
|Bulk Sales, Best-Ex, Accounting Outsourcing, Verification Tools; FHA and Ginnie News; STRATMOR Tech Survey|
|12/7/2023 9:58 AM|
|Time flies (see joke at bottom), and here we are at Pearl Harbor Day already. “I"m a multitasker. I can listen, ignore, and forget all at the same time!” Occasionally someone will accuse me of having a sense of humor. If true, it can be traced back to my parents, but a portion of it came from watching Norman Lear’s shows like All in the Family, San...Read More|
|Another Day, Another 4-Month Low|
|12/6/2023 3:47 PM|
|Mortgage rates are hitting lower milestones like it"s their nine to five recently and today was just another day at the office. The average lender was only modestly lower versus yesterday, but since yesterday was effectively a 4 month low, today therefore deserves the same recognition. In fact, today"s version is a bit more legitimate as we ...Read More|
|More Gains. Are Bonds Overbought?|
|12/6/2023 3:44 PM|
|More Gains. Are Bonds Overbought? The combination of friendly economic data, dovish comments from the Bank of Canada, and lower oil prices helped yields drift down to new 3-month lows this morning. In less than a month and a half, that brings the size of the 10yr yield rally to nearly 90bps. Is ...Read More|