MBS RECAP: Late December Liquidity Causing Volatility

MBS RECAP: Late December Liquidity Causing Volatility

MBS Week Ahead: Slow Summertime Trading Almost Done I look forward to creating something that gives us all a minute to slow down each week and think about the biggest possible picture, and as always, look ahead to What’s Next. than YouTube does,

Central banker will either hand over the keys to the asylum – or try to regain control. Either way, there is market uncertainty and volatility on the horizon. It used to be that seasoned market players would fret late-cycle excess (appreciating associated fragilities).

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Fidelity Mortgage Securities Fund Key Takeaways For the semiannual reporting period ending February 28, 2019, the fund’s Retail Class shares gained 2.20%, about in line, net of fees, with the 2.17% result of the benchmark Bloomberg Barclays U.S. MBS Index, and ahead of the Lipper peer group average.

Yield spreads between agency MBS and credit sectors have widened from record lows in 2018 but have still not returned to longer-term historical averages, indicating that agency MBS could provide value relative to risk assets. Within the agency MBS sector, we believe shorter-duration MBS with higher coupons could offer the best relative value.

MBS RECAP: Market Volatility Dying Down Again Before Another long weekend. posted to: MBS Commentary Thursday, December 28, 2017 6:01 PM. Forward this email: Send a copy of this story to someone you know that may want to read it. Bond markets sent a fairly clear message today: don’t expect much tomorrow. Trading activity is dying down in the.

In fact, last week’s recap touched on this topic in discussing the waning liquidity heading into the end of the year (i.e. last week was characterized as "last call" for active trading ). A highly liquid marketplace is a bustling marketplace. late december sees the bustle die down among bond traders.

Certain factors that could cause actual results to differ materially. Going to the positive complexity, Fannie Mae does pools best at agency MBS late in the third quarter when interest rate.

Home prices in 20 U.S. cities cool with smallest gain since 2012 Highlights of home prices (march) 20-city property values index increased 6.8% y/y (est. 6.5%), matching the y/y gain in February that was the largest since June 2014, S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller data said. National home-price gauge climbed 6.5% y/y, matching February’s y/y advance that was the biggest since May 2014

Higher volatility and increased market sensitivity to potential prepaid speed increases gave rise to spread widening between the yield in our agency MBS and the cost of our hedges during the.

Mortgage rates today, February 25, 2019, plus lock recommendations Thursday plays host to vastly more mortgage. Today is officially the first day in a long time where we can say the average lender is quoting the same rates, year over year. In other words, today’s.

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