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Treasuries and mortgages a little weaker in early activity but still holding most of the gains of yesterday. The stock indexes in pre-market activity pointing to a little better open at 9:30.   At 8:30 May durable goods orders were better than thought, up 1.9% and ex transportation up 0.6%. April...
06/24/2011
Today's Mortgage News     [I am on vacation, and my access to e-mail is sporadic and not timely. In my place are daily commentaries from a series of very knowledgeable mortgage industry people with different backgrounds, and they have been given very little direction about  what to write about. T...
06/24/2011
from: Rob Chrisman     [I am on vacation, and my access to e-mail is sporadic and not timely. In my place are daily commentaries from a series of very knowledgeable mortgage industry people with different backgrounds, and they have been given very little direction about  what to write about. The ...
06/23/2011
Treasuries and mortgages trading better this morning, the stock indexes lower. The Greek confidence vote at 5:00 yesterday was close for Prime Minister Papandreou, he got the vote at 155 to 143 with three members abstaining. It wasn't a big victory in terms of the vote count but it did lead to wh...
06/22/2011
[I am on vacation, and my access to e-mail is sporadic and not timely. In my place are daily commentaries from a series of very knowledgeable mortgage industry people with different backgrounds, and they have been given very little direction about what to write about. The first is below. Our view...
06/22/2011
Treasuries and mortgages opened a little soft this morning with the pre-market trade in equities pointing to a better open at 9:30. Stocks look better, with European shares rebounding from a three-month low, and the euro strengthened as the Greek government prepared to face a confidence vote that...
06/22/2011
June 21: HUD training; more reader comments; SEC & counter-party risk; Fed & TILA; PNC to become 5th largest bank?       Today we have, in the Northern Hemisphere, 5 hours and 14 minutes more daylight than the winter solstice six months ago. For the most part it is something everyone north of the...
06/22/2011
by Sigma Research Treasuries and mortgages opened a little soft this morning with the pre-market trade in equities pointing to a better open at 9:30. Stocks look better, with European shares rebounding from a three-month low, and the euro strengthened as the Greek government prepared to face a co...
06/21/2011
by: Rob Chrisman Today we have, in the Northern Hemisphere, 5 hours and 14 minutes more daylight than the winter solstice six months ago. For the most part it is something everyone north of the equator can be happy about, unless you're on the west coast working  New York bond market hours and goi...
06/21/2011
There are no economic reports today; this week economic releases are scarce with May existing and new home sales, durable goods orders and weekly jobless claims about all there is. The headlines this week are the FOMC meeting that begins tomorrow then the policy statement on Wednesday at its conc...
06/20/2011
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