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Uncertainty Presents Risk to Mortgage Investors

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The uncertainty of the presidential election—however long that lasts—is bound to incite interest rate volatility, something that presents a peril to the mortgage-backed securities (MBS) market, according to Christopher Maloney, a market strategist and former portfolio manager who writes for ...

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Economic Ironies

It was the best of times; it was the worst of times. But with the U.S. economy thriving, what's with the housing market's paradoxical-seeming doldrums?

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Is History Repeating Itself?

Warning signs are flashing in the housing market, says Lakshman Achuthan, COO and Co-Founder of the Economic Cycle Research Institute in New York.

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What’s in Store for MBS?

The Fed intends on reducing its balance sheet, and considering it owns a quarter of a total $6.86 trillion in the mortgage-back security market, what could be the potential risks? Find out in this Video Spotlight.

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The Weekly Roundup

On Thursday Bankrate, Freddie Mac, and Bloomberg all released week-over-week reports, detailing changes experienced in mortgage rates and other market-health indicators.

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The Ups and Downs of a Strong Economic Index

Though Bloomberg’s most recent State of the Economy Index is at its highest point since 2007 and its Consumer Confidence Index the biggest it’s been since mid-2015, that doesn’t mean the economy is in prime condition.

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