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As a result of some negative headlines across the pond in Europe, mortgage bonds are up. Inflation indicators are showing a decrease in inflation rates, [...]
Many were hoping for changes in policy to help foster and stimulate economic growth. If you were betting on big changes, you just got robbed.
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Mortgage backed securities and Treasuries are up on news that China has raised interest rates for the 3rd time this year in an attempt to control their inflation. The MBA mortgage application report showed that applications fell by 5.2% last week.
Bonds had their second weekly gain yesterday as debt problems in Europe and slowing growth in the U.S. economy increased demand for government debt. Today, Treasuries and mortgage bonds have retreated off yesterday’s highs as some inflation measures showed an increase, as expected. However, these inflation measures remain low relative to historical standards.
Treasury and mortgage bonds are lower from yesterday’s close. Treasury yields are close to the lowest levels of the year as speculation continues that economic growth in the U.S. will not be sufficient to fuel inflation.
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Treasuries and Mortgage Bonds Higher After US Consumer Prices Increase Less Than Predicted – Market Update
Treasuries and mortgage bonds are higher this morning after U.S. consumer prices, excluding food and fuel, increased less than predicted in March. This data points [...]
Bonds opened relatively unchanged this morning and then subsequently dropped following a decline in the initial job claims report. In other news, the European Central Bank raised their rates by .25 percent in an effort to curb inflation. That decision came not long after Portugal put in a request for a bailout, which estimates say could reach $130 billion, and also at a time when many countries are in need of capital.