MBS RECAP: Bonds Refuse to Follow Stocks Lower

MBS RECAP: Bonds Refuse to Follow Stocks Lower

 · Posted To: MBS CommentaryWe’ve had a pretty good run recently where bond yields have been willing to at least move in the same direction at the same time during sharper stock sell-offs. No luck on that front today however. Stocks sold-off in moderately sharp fashion, and bond yields spent most of that time moving higher instead of lower.

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Stocks and bonds continued on their divergent paths today thanks to. That was the case today as 10’s rallied down to 2.003 by 2pm. Throughout the day, MBS outperformed Treasuries. This was partly.

As luck would have it, this time it is manifesting in the stock market to a greater degree than the CPI. ‘All good!’ think our policy makers if the right prices are rising. 30 year yields vs. the CPI show a bond market that refuses to do anything, over decades, as consumer prices rise.

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Bonds sold off on the news, but soon found help from sharply weaker stock prices at the 930am NYSE open. Yields drifted toward the lows of the day by the close. Fannie 3.5 MBS ended the day up.

By Matthew Graham Posted To: MBS Commentary We’ve had a pretty good run recently where bond yields have been willing to at least move in the same direction at the same time during sharper stock sell-offs. No luck on that front today however. Stocks sold-off in moderately sharp fashion, and bond.

Mortgage rates today, February 12, 2019, plus lock recommendations Mortgage rates today, May 23, 2019, plus lock recommendations. – Financial data affecting today’s mortgage rates. First thing this morning, markets looked set to deliver mortgage rates that are appreciably lower today. By approaching 10:00 a.m. (ET), the data, compared with this time yesterday, were: Major stock indexes were all significantly lower soon after opening (good for mortgage rates). When.

Today was a classic example of bonds being left with nothing better to follow. from stocks meant bonds drifted toward higher yields in the afternoon. A silver lining is that Treasuries are first in.

 · Stocks sold-off in moderately sharp fashion, and bond yields spent most of that time moving higher instead of lower. This can mean a couple things, but one of the most likely is that bond buyers have found a limit as to how far they’re going to chase a stock sell-off.

As soon as the 9:30am NYSE session got underway, stocks found their footing, and bonds left the party. 10yr yields rose from roughly 2.39 to nearly 2.42% in short order and then leveled off in the.

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