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We had a few housing data points out this past week which are important to note. First off, the FHFA’s monthly Home Price Index provided some further evidence of the continued increase in home prices, even amidst the extreme lack of inventory. The monthly increase for April was .7%, bringing the year-over-year increase to 6.8%. If we take a look at the individual numbers, the best performers continue to be the Mountain (+8.9%), South Atlantic (+8.0%), and Pacific (+7.5%) regions.

In other news, New Homes Sales for May rose by 2.8% to a seasonally adjusted rate of 610k. April’s rate of 569k (-11.4%) was revised up to 593k (-7.9%). Apart from volatility in March and April, primarily due to pretty wild sales swings in the West, new home sales have been on a steady average of 605k per month over the past four months.

In a Thursday interview with the Wall Street Journal, St. Louis Fed President Bullard said he supports beginning the process of trimming the Fed’s balance sheet, however he sees no reason for the Fed’s projected rate path to be so steep. Regarding the balance sheet, Bullard would like the Fed to start the cash flow roll-off “sooner rather than later,” adding “We’ve outlined an approach that is going to be very much a go-slow approach, and so I think we could start the ball rolling. It’s going to roll very slowly anyway.” Addressing the recent inflation weakness, he said, “I’m open to the idea that maybe there was just some noise in there, that’s possible, but it looks more broad-based to me, and now with other corroborating factors like the 10yr yield coming down to low levels, oil prices falling, it just doesn’t look like there’s a lot of price pressure.” This is why he says the 3 hikes-a-year pace the Fed continues to project is “unnecessarily aggressive.”

As we look at the markets, interest rates continue to grind sideways, as equities have seen a slight decline to end the week, while crude prices continue to hover near their lowest levels in ten months. Looking at Treasury yields, the 10yr continues to trade our short-term range of ~2.13-2.22% and we expect this range to continue until the next ‘bigger’ headline hits the newswires.

Our bias remains neutral for the time being, however, technical charts still suggest a trade to lower rates is very possible. A break under 2.13% brings the talks of a 2% yield back to the table. If we see the market consolidate and we trade up through the 2.22% level, you can expect the next line in the sand to come in around 2.30%.

Until we have a bigger headline event, we expect to chop throughout the range with possible tests on either extreme. Looking ahead to this week, we have a healthy mix of Fedspeak, along with a few top tier data points with Durable Good and GDP.

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What a wild ride this week has been.  New low yields on the 10 year note. Housing Starts fell 5.5% in May, worse than market consensus.  Permits were also weak, dipping 4.9%.  All components showed declines with single family starts off 3.9% with permits for single family off 1.9%.

Part of this is due to a shortage of lots and labor. Jobless Claims fell 8K to 237K with the 4 week moving average now at 243K which were right in line with May. This should produce strength in the June Employment Report.

The Philly Fed Business Outlook fell sharply from 38.8 to 27.6 in June yet the May figure looks like an outlier to us.  New orders continue to hold up at 25.9 versus 25.4 with backlogs rising 5 points to 14.  Solid results out of the Philly market.  The Empire State (NY) Manufacturing Survey jumped from -1 to 19.8 which may be the largest one month jump in the history of the index.

With the Fed and most of the high tier data out of the way for the week, we’re seeing a new range trade developing between 2.08% and 2.18%.  Currently we are testing the upper limit of this range at 2.164%. At the same time, we see the FOMC raising rates by .25%.  They have telegraphed this to the market for months and with 88% of participants expecting it, we see it as a done deal.

We also feel that this will be the last hike this year, forgoing any additional hikes in 2017 given the current state of the economy.

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After equities rebounded in Thursday’s session, we opened Friday morning with most major indices across Asia, Europe, and the U.S. posting more positive results. In turn, Treasury yields have traded back higher, as we close out what has been a rather volatile week. After the continued “political bombs” hit the tape one after the other this week, Friday gave us a bit of breather with an empty-data day.

Looking ahead to next week, the calendar will include a good mix of eco data and Fed activity, primarily starting with Wednesday’s release of the FOMC Minutes, followed by GDP and Durable Goods Orders on Friday.

Interest Rates

Looking at interest rates, it’s probably a little too early to tell what exactly lies ahead in the coming week(s). We think a slight consolidation was justified, especially after seeing such a strong move lower in yields primarily driven off of political headlines. Going forward, we think the market will now work itself more into a “sideways” motion, that is, until the next big headline hits the newswires. We are marking a short-term range for the 10yr at ~2.17-2.26% and we can expect that range to continue into next week. While we see the 2.17% mark as more of a “minimum” target, the larger time frame charts point to a ~1.92% low.

Given all of the crosscurrents in DC, combined with a lot of very mixed economic data on a global basis, we wouldn’t at all be surprised to see another stronger push lower in rates. That said, we all need to be careful with how volatile this market is and how fast it can turn … keep in mind that we are only one headline from going the other direction to higher rates. Bottom line and our current bias, when the market gives you an opportunity, take it and move on.

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If we take a quick recap of the past week, there were three top headlines that consumed the newswires. We saw the FOMC statement on Wednesday, the House passing the Health Care Reform Bill on Thursday, and the Non-farm payroll report for April on Friday. Starting with the FOMC on Wednesday, there was little excitement that came from the Official Statement. The Fed Funds rate was left unchanged with no signals of any definite rate hike coming in the June meeting. The Fed did note that the economic data of late has been on the softer side, specifically with consumer spending weakening. Inflation, although still below the 2% target, is still expected to reach that mark within the next 12 months. There were no comments made about the balance sheet reinvestment except that the Fed will continue to buy MBS as they invest the proceeds of the current book. Overall, no real changes out of the Fed and market reaction was overly muted.

Thursday, we saw the House vote and pass the Health Care Reform bill by a vote of 217-213. As expected, the new bill would eliminate many of the provisions of the Affordable Care Act. President Trump promised that premiums and deductibles will be coming down under the GOP plan and said that he feels “confident” the measure will make it through the Senate. Bottom line is that both parties agree that if something is to be done, it’s going to be a long road ahead.

Finally, non-farm payrolls for April were released Friday, showing 211k new jobs. The headline was better than market expectations of a 190k increase. Diving into the number, the government saw a strong showing for April as jobs grew by 17k in that sector. Private payrolls grew by 194k, which was close to market consensus. Looking at revisions, the March report was actually revised even lower on the headline number, down to only 79k new jobs from a previously reported 98k. If we look at the total now between March and April, the data shows a 290k job creation which is back in line with what economists are projecting. To conclude, the unemployment rate surprisingly dropped to 4.4%, average hourly earnings rose .3%, while the average workweek notched up from 34.3 to 34.4. Overall, the April data is unlikely to change any of the Fed’s outlook and does not remove a June rate hike from the cards.

Looking at the market and interest rates, the 10yr note has made its way back toward support around ~2.35/36% this week. A push through that level would suggest yields test a ~2.39%, then ~2.45% level in the week(s) ahead. For us to have a shot at lower rates again in the short-term, 10s would have to see a strong push back through resistance around ~2.24%. Until that time, a defensive strategy is what we continue to suggest, meaning lock in your loans and move on down the road. Looking ahead to next week, the overall schedule is on the lighter side to start us off, but CPI and Retail Sales data will come into play on Friday.

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Non-farm payrolls for September were a miss at only +156k new jobs. Market expectations were in the neighborhood of 166k-180k. The unemployment rate also rose to 5% and the participation rate rose from 62.8% to 62.9%. Average hourly earnings rose +.2% and brings the year over year rate to 2.6% as expected.Market_Rates

All in all, this should still keep December on tap for a possible rate hike by the Fed as the numbers are still considered ‘solid enough’. Market reaction to the numbers this morning was overly muted and 10 yr yields look to settle out the week right around the support level of 1.74-1.75%.

As we look ahead to next week, we will have a shortened week due to the Monday holiday so things won’t get going until Tuesday. We expect the market to still hold the 1.75% level, however, if broken early in the week, we can expect rates to be on the rise.  Advice to clients would be to get locked in and move on down the road.

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We saw further weakness in global equities heading into Friday’s session. Adding to the sharper declines in Japan, China, and Europe, WTI crude oil is now trading under $30/barrel. All of this, combined with weaker economic data, has Treasury yields continuing to rally as the ongoing volatility in global equities has markets questioning additional rate hikes this year.

We did see some stronger results from U.S. banks on Friday, but with the global situation casting a larger shadow, equity markets have fallen further into the red and look to finish out the week under 16k on the big board. 10s are on the verge of trading below 2% again, while MBS levels continue to trade to better levels. Technically, any close below 2% on the 10yr now points to a ~1.90% handle at first glance.

Looking the other way, until we see a stronger trade back up through the 2.13-2.16% range, it’s game on for us mortgage goers! As we look to the week ahead, we would expect much of the same trading action to continue as further declines in stocks are expected.

Upcoming Market Data

January 19 – Housing Market Index
January 20 – MBA Mortgage Applications
January 20 – Consumer Price Index
January 20 – Housing Starts
January 21 – Jobless Claims
January 21 – Philadelphia Fed Business Outlook Survey
January 21 – Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index
January 22 – PMI Manufacturing Index Flash
January 22 – Existing Home Sales

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The MarketsMatt Jolivette, Associated Mortgage Brokers

Rates on home loans were down slightly in the past week. Freddie Mac announced that for the week ending November 25, 30-year fixed rates eased to 3.95% from 3.97% the week before. The average for 15-year loans was unchanged at 3.18%. Adjustables were mixed, with the average for one-year adjustables decreasing to 2.59% and five-year adjustables rising to 3.01%. A year ago, 30-year fixed rates were at 3.97%, virtually the same as today’s levels. Attributed to Sean Becketti, chief economist, Freddie Mac –“In a quiet week leading up to the Thanksgiving holiday, the 30-year fixed rates dipped 2 basis points to 3.95 percent. Economic releases over the last week contained no major surprises, and none are expected in the next few days.

The year is winding down, and the only remaining market dates of note are December 4 — the last employment report of the year — and December 15-16, the long-awaited FOMC meeting.” 

Rates indicated do not include fees and points and are provided for evidence of trends only. They should not be used for comparison purposes.
 

Current Indices For Adjustable Rate Mortgages
Updated November 27, 2015  

Daily Value Monthly Value
Nov 25 October
6-month Treasury Security  0.39%  0.11%
1-year Treasury Security  0.52%  0.26%
3-year Treasury Security  1.25%  0.93%
5-year Treasury Security  1.66%  1.39%
10-year Treasury Security  2.23%  2.07%
12-month LIBOR  0.838% (Oct)
12-month MTA  0.256% (Oct)
11th District Cost of Funds  0.651% (Sep)

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The Markets. Rates on home loans bounced back in the past week after a sharp drop the week before. Freddie Mac announced that for the week ending October 15, 30-year fixed rates rose to 3.82% from 3.76% the week before. The average for 15-year loans increased as well to 3.03%. Adjustables were stable, with the average for one-year adjustables down one tick to 2.54% and five-year adjustables remaining at 2.88%. A year ago, 30-year fixed rates were at 3.97%, close, but still higher than today’s levels. Attributed to Sean Becketti, chief economist, Freddie Mac — “As the shock of the weak September employment report wore off, Treasury rates drifted higher. In response, the 30-year fixed rate climbed 6 basis points to 3.82 percent, marking 12 consecutive weeks below 4 percent.

Late-breaking news suggests rates may remain in this territory a while longer. After this week’s survey closed, Federal Reserve Governor Daniel Tarullo was quoted suggesting the Fed may not act this year, and Wednesday the 10-year Treasury closed under 2.0 percent in reaction to economic releases indicating weak consumer demand.”

Rates indicated do not include fees and points and are provided for evidence of trends only. They should not be used for comparison purposes.

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Just as we were enjoying another month of mixed economic news and the markets were “hoping” for a little reprieve from the Federal Reserve Board, one of the Fed Governors shocked the markets with this statement reported by the Wall Street Journal — “It will take a significant deterioration in the economic picture for me to be disinclined to move ahead,” Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Dennis Lockhart said in an interview with the Journal. The Wall Street Journal article went on to report that Lockhart’s comments followed those of James Bullard, President of the St. Louis Fed — “we are in good shape” for a rate increase in September.

These comments by Fed officials shocked the markets somewhat because long-term rates had been falling in late July and early August. Upon release, rates reversed course. The good news is that more bad economic news overseas helped mitigate the increases rather quickly, but it just tells us how jumpy the markets are with regard to the threat of the Fed raising rates in September. As we have continuously pointed out, the greatest effect of the Fed raising rates is likely to be on shorter-term rates. These short-term rates also have risen in anticipation of the Fed making a move.

Meanwhile, there is plenty of time for intervening variables to change the equation. The recent devaluation of China’s currency may put pressure on the Fed because the strong U.S. Dollar continues to hurt our exports. There is one more jobs report to be released before the Fed meets in September, as well as a revision of the measure of economic growth for the second quarter. Many are expecting second quarter growth to be revised upwards.

While we progress toward September, we expect the markets to hang on every word uttered by a Fed official. This could cause increased volatility in all markets.

Matt Jolivette, CMC
Associated Mortgage Brokers
5441 SW Macadam Avenue
Suite 208
Portland, OR 97239
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After two weeks of improving rates, interest rate markets were hit hard Wednesday and Thursday.  This has puzzled many experts, who had expected rates to continue their improvement as investors pulled money from stocks and assumed safety moves to US Treasuries as Saudi Arabia began bombing Yemen.

The big question now, as has been for many months…when will the Federal Reserve move to increase interest rates?  Investors have been anticipating this since the Fed completed their Quantitative Easing program, which supported the interest rate markets by purchasing billions in Treasuries and Mortgage Backed Securities each month. Yet, Chairperson Janet Yellen has remained indecisive on this front, likely due to the fact that the real estate market has not taken off as hoped.  Real estate is a big driver of the overall economy and is very interest rate sensitive.

While single family home prices and rents have done very well, as investors have bought up rentals on a large scale, the overall market cannot gain consistent traction and new housing starts remain quite low.  So, markets will likely remain confused until the Fed gives a more solid indication of when it will start moving to increase rates.  This will mean increased volatility in the short term on the rate front.

Interest Rates As Of March 25, 2015

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