MBS RECAP: Bonds Stay Green Ahead of 3-Day Weekend

Big rally in oil brings stocks back up and keeps pressure on bonds Corporate debt supply also hurt Treasuries specifically, but earlier in the day MBS underperformed as the day progressed, ended down.

The Daily Tearsheet A place where economics, financial markets, and real estate intersect.. Today looks to be a relatively slow day ahead of the 3 day weekend. Markets should become illiquid in the afternoon as most of the Street will be on the LIE by noon.. Bonds and MBS are up small.

Mortgage rates today, January 9, plus lock recommendations Mortgage rates today, January 16, 2019, plus lock recommendations mortgage rates today, November 2, plus lock recommendations Mortgage Rates and Market Data – Mortgage News Daily – mortgage rates fell again today as mortgage lenders got caught up with yesterday’s market movements. Mortgage rates are based on bond market trading levels.

Mortgage Rates Stay Flat Ahead of 3-Day Weekend August 30, 2013. here’s an sneak preview of a recent MBS Live update that would normally appear in the Recap later today-an early "MBS Recap," for those leaving early! Bond Markets are closed on Monday for Labor Day.

Mortgage Rates Near Two-Week Lows As such, mortgage rates at 2-week lows present a good opportunity for those hoping to lock in at slightly more favorable terms. After all, "slightly more favorable" is just about the biggest.

Donald Yacktman: "Viewing Stocks as Bonds" | Talks at Google I have never been a fan of locking on a Friday ahead of a 3 day weekend, so i favor floating until Tuesday. Bonds were weaker this morning when rate sheets came out. Since that time, bonds have managed to regain much of the minimal losses. Doubtful we get a reprice better, so floating until Tuesday is worth the risk in my opinion.

That bond buying helped fuel snowball rally momentum this week as lower yields only forced more short sellers to cover. Today suggested they had no intention of "re-shorting" bonds ahead of the 3.5-day weekend.

Credit the latter to some relief after working through 2 big days of corporate bond issuance, as well as a rebound in the yield curve trading that had been contributing to recent volatility (discussed.

MBS RECAP: Bonds Stay Green Ahead of 3-day weekend posted To: MBS Commentary Strong overnight pop in Treasuries, ECB headlines cited Record low 30yr bond yield and near-record low in 10yr [.] Published March 7, 2018

Macquarie lifts its mortgage rates, and the question now is if the major banks will follow Macquarie announced late on Monday that it would lift its variable mortgage rates, putting pressure on the big four banks. Macquarie’s shares fell 0.9 per cent to $122.52 during the session.Lenders slash rates for homeowners, first-time buyers AND landlords A stamp duty hike hangover and Brexit have pushed lenders to slash buy-to-let rates and bump up how much they’ll lend to landlords who are delaying investment.Santander, Nationwide, Aldermore, Pepper Home Loans, Precise Mortgages and Nottingham Building Society have all dropped theirMBS RECAP: Several Reasons Bonds Tanked Today MBS RECAP: Bonds Unable to Break Key Level Ahead of Key Events.. Now today, it served as a floor for the morning’s most active trading . All that having been said, this morning’s trading was only "active" when compared to the rest of the day.. This is one of several reasons to look.

MBS RECAP: Bonds Improve Nicely Ahead of 3-day Weekend – When it comes to shorts, this is accomplished by BUYING bonds. That bond buying helped fuel snowball rally momentum this week as lower yields only forced more short sellers to cover. Today suggested they had no intention of "re-shorting" bonds ahead of the 3.5-day weekend.