December 6th, 2013
Interest rate trends: Today – Flat; 10 days – Higher; 25 days – Higher
Interest rate recommendation: Cautious float
MBS’s took a knee jerk reaction to today’s Jobs Report that came out just slightly better than expectations, but didn’t surprise the markets. Initially MBS’s took a dive worse but since have come back and are currently slightly better at +18bps. Consumer Sentiment also came in higher than expected. The numbers are good for the economy, but they aren’t surprising and are not causing a big reaction. Although the Stock markets like it. Regarding QE3, this gives the Fed more confidence that the labor market appears to becoming more solid, but 2 months we don’t think will cause the Fed to announce any tapering plans at their next meeting December 18th. In fact we feel that if the labor market continues this same pattern, tapering will likely be announced in March 2014, after 5 months of good employment figures and during the new Fed Chairman Janet Yellen’s first statement after their FOMC meeting. While MBS’s try to improve, and with the Jobs Report behind us, we will change to a cautious float recommendation. Have a great day and nice weekend!
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30 year fixed rate: 4.250% with 4.302% APR.
20 year fixed rate: 4.125% with 4.212% APR.
15 year fixed rate: 3.250% with 3.322% APR.
10 year fixed rate: 3.125% with 3.309% APR.
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Dale Packer, MBA
Spencer Packer – Colorado & Utah