After a rocky start to the year, things began to improve for rates and the inflation outlook in May. June took the ...
There are plenty of beaches in Hawai’i, but here in Honolulu at the MBAH conference, it’s all business. MBA Chair Mark Jones ...
The bond market was closed on Wednesday for the Juneteenth holiday.  As such, mortgage lenders were either closed or unable ...
Mortgage rates began the week with a modest move back up and over the 7% threshold, but managed to erase some of those losses ...
The past two trading days each had their own version of counterintuitive movement. Today's installment featured bond yields ...
This morning featured an overnight rally driven by weakness in European PMI data and a logical sell-off following much ...
PMIs are the standard PMI around the world, but have long been second fiddle to ISM PMIs in the U.S.  That's certainly still ...
The rate of both construction permitting and residential construction starts fell in May, with permitting losing ground for ...
Last week, MBS underperformance was front and center. One of the justifications was the fact that MBS almost always ...
Florida became a state in 1845. Sixteen years later, kites were used in the American Civil War to deliver letters, news, and ...
On Tuesday, bonds had an initial, positive reaction to the Retail Sales data that clearly ended mere minutes after the ...
There was a slight increase in mortgage application volume during the week ended June 14. For a change, it was accounted for ...