Economic & Housing Research
Weekly Commentary and Economic Update
Treasury yields stabilized about 5 basis points below last week’s level as the market shrugged off economic data and world events and turned its attention to the minutes of the October FOMC meeting. In response, the 30-year mortgage rate ticked down a basis point to 3.97 percent. The FOMC minutes were couched in careful Fed-speak, and early market reaction was mixed, with most analysts reading their own expectations into the minutes.
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