Buying a ‘home for the holidays’ may still be a bridge too far for many homebuyers

Apart from the 2008 bubble/recession when millions of homes went into foreclosure, whether it was home prices, the economy, or interest rates...

October employment data stronger than expected

Prior to the 8:30 am ET release of October employment data the 10 yr. note traded at 4.16% +1 bp. The reaction to employment pushed the 10 to...

Three things that could impact rates this week

These are the three areas that have the greatest ability to impact rates this week. 1) The Fed, 2) Central Banks and 3) Jobs....

It ain’t over ’til it’s over, so brace for more interest rate pain.

With U.S. inflation showing no signs of a clear pullback from a 40-year high, the Feds are expected to do what they have so far, increasing its policy rate by another...

Markets are bouncing back ahead of the weekend

The 10 yr. note and the reset of the curve started with more volatility this morning, the 10 yr. at 7 am ET 4.32% +9 bps, at 9 am 4.25% +2 bp. The 10 and 5 yr. notes this morning the highest in 15 years...