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MBS RECAP: Bonds Hit Resistance Right in Line With Last Week's Floor

Posted To: MBS Commentary

Bonds struggled to find inspiration for the first few hours of the domestic session, but it was soon in ample supply thanks to Brexit-related headlines ( like this one ). The result was a broad-based risk-off move that saw bonds move back to their strongest recent levels. Notably, though, that's as far as bonds got. Specifically 10yr Treasury yields were once again blocked by a floor in the mid 2.82% range. This has been an on-again off-again pivot point of high significance since late May, 2018. Sometimes, bonds approach such pivot points with the intention of breaking through. That seems like a lot to ask of this rally, given the ground that's already been covered. At the very least , it seems like we'll need help from economic data in the rest of the week, and at the very least...(read more)

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Mortgage Rate Rally May Be Pausing

Posted To: Mortgage Rate Watch

First things first: the average mortgage lender improved modestly today, compared to last Friday's levels. This leaves mortgage rates at their lowest levels in several months. That's great news and indeed, the last few weeks have been the best few weeks we've seen in more than a year. That having been said, we're now reaching the stage where the strong move in underlying financial markets may be running out of steam. "Running out of steam" could mean one of several things . In the best case, this is just the obligatory pause that almost all such market movements encounter before ultimately continuing in the same direction. The less pleasant eventuality would be that today could mark the lowest rates we'll see for a while. There's no way to know which variety we'll get, but history suggests...(read more)

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A Gift From Fannie/Freddie - Evictions Suspended for the Holidays

Posted To: MND NewsWire

Both Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae have announced the suspension of eviction lockouts for single-family and two- to four-unit properties for the holiday season. The moratorium will begin December 17 and end January 2. Fannie Mae said it will allow legal and administrative proceeding for evictions to proceed during the 16-day period, but families will be allowed to remain in the home. "We believe it is important to extend the timeline of help for struggling borrowers during the holidays," said Jacob Williamson, Vice President of Single-Family Real Estate at Fannie Mae. "We encourage homeowners who may be struggling with their mortgage or facing possible foreclosure to reach out to Fannie Mae or your servicer to get help. We want to help pursue those options whenever possible." The GSE's said the...(read more)

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