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Throw all the factors together and you can make a good case for the market and Austin mortgage pricing to stall unit early November’s elections and FOMC meeting

We see the set up as neutral, given a multitude of bearish divergences on one side and Fed Chief Bernanke and his dollar printing press on the other. Throw all the factors together and you can make a good case for the market and Austin mortgage pricing to stall unit early November’s elections and FOMC meeting. Continue reading

Best bet for Austin mortgage borrowers is to take a defensive posture

Best bet for Austin mortgage borrowers is to take a defensive posture. With so much bond-friendly news priced in, the risk reward for better mortgage pricing is just not there, folks. Continue reading

Just the thought of Quantitative Easing 2 has put a floor under Austin interest rates

Just the thought of Quantitative Easing 2 has put a floor under Austin interest rates. Why many expect the Fed to move in that direction (November meeting), nothing has yet to happen. Fed Chief Bernanke is leading the QE2 charge, talking about “additional purchases” and how it was an “effective program” earlier in the year. Continue reading

Worsening Austin mortgage rates are a NY minute away

Wanted to let this fly as current level mortgage pricing is now off 8/32’s as stocks continue to improve. Worsening Austin mortgage rates are a NY minute away. Continue reading

For today, when stocks go tick, bonds go tock

For today, when stocks go tick, bonds go tock. Dangerous price action so be careful Austin mortgage borrowers! As we speak, the 10 year note is off 40/32’s and 30 year bond down nearly 3 points. Continue reading

In this market, best bet for Austin mortgage borrowers is to take advantage of the historic low levels of Austin mortgage rates

In this market, best bet for Austin mortgage borrowers is to take advantage of the historic low levels of Austin mortgage rates Continue reading

Today’s “big deal” will be the results of European bank stress tests

Today’s “big deal” will be the results of European bank stress tests, due out at 11:00 am cst. Street talk has it that the tests will show a couple of Spanish banks failed portions of the test. Others are rumored to have done ok. Continue reading

After a early morning rally due to stocks falling into the abyss, both stocks and bonds are reversing course

After a early morning rally due to stocks falling into the abyss, both stocks and bonds are reversing course. The stock slide was the result of earnings and lack of top line revenues by the likes of J & J and Goldman Sachs. IBM posted the same type of results, hitting bottom line earnings but with a negative revenue bias going forward. Continue reading

Today we see a continuation of Wednesday’s improving bond prices

Today we see a continuation of Wednesday’s improving bond prices. Austin mortgage pricing followed this trend, with a combined two day price improvement. Continue reading

Stocks just can’t catch a break, slip slidding once again into negative territory

Stocks just can’t catch a break, slip slidding once again into negative territory. Bonds, notes, and Austin mortgage pricing are the benefactors, continuing to push to lower yields. Continue reading