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MBS RECAP: Pain Trade Continues Despite Weaker Econ Data

The super low volume, super sideways trading wasn’t for lack of interesting economic data. Durable Goods was weaker than expected. merely met expectations of 1.5%. Despite those relatively.

MBS RECAP: Bonds Shake Off Fed-Induced Volatility, Bonds were roughly unchanged overnight but soon began to improve at the CME and NYSE opening bells. Weak economic data at 10am didn’t hurt the.

The market is anticipating more weak economic data, says strategist global trade tensions were all drags on performance. European markets were down 2.8%, with Italy (-9.5%), Spain (-5.9%), and the UK (-4.2%) being the leading detractors. japan, despite its continued struggle to generate any significant economic growth, was one of the few bright spots, up 20 basis points on the month.

MBS RECAP: Bonds Shake Off Fed-Induced Volatility, Bonds were roughly unchanged overnight but soon began to improve at the CME and NYSE opening bells. Weak economic data at 10am didn’t hurt the.

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Even though this was the expected outcome, avoiding further escalation of trade tensions and moving further away from the worst-case scenario was still perceived as a positive. The rally in bonds was also extended last week, as 10-year government bond yields fell to their lowest levels in more than two years amid signs of slower U.S. growth and expectations of further central bank easing.

Performance returns are as of 6/30/18 Q2 Recap After a choppy start to the year, domestic equities rightsized and posted solid gains in Q2 with the S&P 500 up 3% in the quarter and YTD. orporate and economic fundamentals remain solid with 20% earnings growth and 3-4% GDP growth anticipated in Q2.

 · Equity investors went home this past weekend feeling pretty proud of themselves. For many who recently (and finally) gained net exposure to the.

Posted To: MBS Commentary Bonds were roughly unchanged overnight but soon began to improve at the CME and NYSE opening bells. Weak economic data at 10am didn’t hurt the rally, but it didn’t help as much as more important data would have.

Market Recap Your Quarterly Update on the Financial Markets March 31, 2019 The US Economy: "Pumping the Gas Pedal" Economic growth slowed in the tumultuous fourth quarter but remained positive. Slower growth was driven by decelerations in personal consumption expenditures, private inventory in-vestment, and government spending. Federal non.

Mortgage rates rise due to strong economic data Thursday-Stronger than expected GDP and Jobless claims data reported. Factory Orders came in close to expectations. Freddie Mac reported average 30 year mortgage rate increased week over week to 4.46%, from 4.29%. Wednesday-U.S. economy added 185,000 jobs last month. This is was less than the 204,000 in October. New home sales also surged-October New Home Sales increased 25% to an annual rate of 444K, above the consensus of 425K.