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What will mortgage interest rates do tomorrow? Rates should go up, according to mortgage professionals voting on our daily poll.Housing starts are down 16% from December to January - that's 880K units annualized and 80K less than the 963K expected. Building permits fell 5% to 937K, lower than the 980K expected. Lower numbers were attributed to the harsh weather last month, as were many othe...
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What will mortgage interest rates do tomorrow? Rates should go up, according to mortgage professionals voting on our daily poll.This morning, the New York Federal Reserve reported that the NY Manufacturing Index fell to 4.48 in February versus the 7.5 expected and down from the 12.5 in January. The new orders index fell to zero, but employment was unchanged save for longer work weeks.The...
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What will mortgage interest rates do tomorrow? Rates should stay the same, according to mortgage professionals voting on our daily poll.Foreclosure reports out today from RealtyTrac show an 8% increase from December to January. However, January 2014 saw an 18% decrease in foreclosures from January 2013. This marks the 40th consecutive year-over-year decrease in foreclosure, albeit the smallest...
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What will mortgage interest rates do tomorrow? Rates should stay the same, according to mortgage professionals voting on our daily poll.Today the Labor Department released the Weekly Initial Jobless Claim report, and claims rose by 8K in the latest week to 339K (335K expected). The  four week average jumped to 336,750 from 333,250 the week before.The Mortgage Banker's Associatio...
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What will mortgage interest rates do tomorrow? Rates should go up, according to mortgage professionals voting on our daily poll.The $30 billion 3-year note auction went swimmingly yesterday, and continues today and Thursday with $24 billion 10-year notes and $16 billion 30-year bonds, respectively. The results of today's $24 billion auction will be released at 1:00PM ET.The Mortgage Bank...
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What will mortgage interest rates do tomorrow? Rates should go up, according to mortgage professionals voting on our daily poll.Treasury debt will hit the market this week, kicking off today with $30 billion 3-year notes and continuing tomorrow and Thursday with $24 billion 10-year notes and $16 billion 30-year bonds, respectively.Janet Yellen's first statement as Fed Chair...
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What will mortgage interest rates do tomorrow? Rates should stay the same, according to mortgage professionals voting on our daily poll.This week will see weekly Initial Jobless Claims, Consumer Sentiment and Retail Sales reports. Treasury debt will hit the market this week, kicking off tomorrow with $30 billion 3-year notes and continuing Wednesday and Thursday with $24 billion 10-ye...
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What will mortgage interest rates do tomorrow? Rates should stay the same, according to mortgage professionals voting on our daily poll.The January Jobs Report data was well below expectations this morning, rounding off at 113K new jobs added rather than the projected 175K. Unemployment fell from 6.7% to 6.6%, but the labor force participation rate remains at only 63%, a 35 year low....
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What will mortgage interest rates do tomorrow? Rates should increase or stay the same, according to mortgage professionals voting on our daily poll.ADP reported that 175K jobs were added in the private sector, only slightly below the 178K expected. The Labor Department jobs report for January will be released this Friday at 8:30 AM ET. It is predicted to have tremendous influence ...
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What will mortgage interest rates do tomorrow? Rates should increase, according to mortgage professionals voting on our daily poll.ADP reported that 175K jobs were added in the private sector, only slightly below the 178K expected. The Labor Department jobs report for January will be released this Friday at 8:30 AM ET. It is predicted to have tremendous influence on trading, as us...
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