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MBS RECAP: Brexit Bond Benefits Are Apparently Eternal

Posted To: MBS Commentary

Last we checked, it was going to be October before Brexit had its next hard deadline. So it was quite the back burner sort of market mover this week--especially in light of all the recent trade-related drama and other domestic political sideshows. But then this happened . US Treasuries love to react to "stuff" that happens in London. Old habits die hard, I suppose. Then again, London still is a major international financial center and Brexit would certainly affect trade in Europe (and thus, economic growth potential). A Theresa May ouster makes a hard Brexit more likely, and thus all the other bond friendly stuff just mentioned. Of course the ouster hasn't happened yet, nor has the hard Brexit, so markets merely moved into position for new possibilities today. That meant some...(read more)

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Mortgage Rates Catch a Break

Posted To: Mortgage Rate Watch

Mortgage rates moved higher at a pace that was probably quicker than the average homebuyer would like yesterday . That was part of a 4 day move leading back up from the lowest levels in more than a year (or close to them, depending on the lender). That 4-day move could have easily been quite a bit longer, and it still could be, as long as we overlook today's market movement. Thankfully, it's taken rates back in a friendlier direction. At issue is the unexpected flare-up in British politics surrounding Theresa May's referendum gambit yesterday. To be fair, the gambit was unexpected, but the flare-up makes perfect sense. Long-story short, if May is ousted (and that seems likely), it creates uncertainty surrounding a major economy and financial center. It also makes a "no-deal" Brexit more likely...(read more)

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MBS Day Ahead: Bonds Waving Long Goodbye to Trend, Hoping For Friendly Fed

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In the day just past, bonds continued moving higher in yield, adding distance between themselves and the unexpectedly low levels seen during the trade war rally. Actually, I'll stop myself there because if I were to read what I just wrote, I might yell at the screen a bit. Reason being: it's sort of stupid to say "unexpectedly low levels." We shouldn't ever really EXPECT bond market levels to be in any particular place. They will go wherever they're going to go, and that's exactly where we should expect them to be. As soon as too many traders start expecting bonds to do one thing, they become vulnerable to a move in the other direction. So let's just say the timing and the pace of the bond market rally in the first few weeks of May ran counter to prevailing...(read more)

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