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Markets Are Forward-Looking

"I think we can slow down from the .75% at the next meeting. I don't have a problem with that, I do think that's very appropriate," Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester Last week was a shortened trading week due to the holiday, we are seeing interest rates continue to hover near the lowest levels in […]

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Thankful For Rate Relief

This week, interest rates touched the lowest levels in two months on the idea that inflation may have peaked. Let's break down what happened.   10-yr Note Touches 3.67% The 10-yr Note yield touched 3.67% this week, a large rate improvement from 4.23% seen the previous week. The downtick in long-term rates also fed into […]

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Election Day Adds to Uncertainty

Last week, interest rates moved a bit sideways after Election Day and only added to the uncertainty as ballots continue to be counted. Let's discuss what happened and look into the week ahead. Consumed By Uncertainty It has been nearly a year since the Federal Reserve flip-flopped on the idea that high inflation was "transitory" […]

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Higher Prices and Higher Rates in a Global Issue

Last Week in Review: Higher Prices and Higher Rates in a Global Issue This past week we watched the 10-year yield hit a fresh 14-year high, closing above 4.00%. As a result, home loan rates also ticked higher. Let's discuss what happened and investigate the week ahead. Inflation Is High Everywhere Global yields continue to […]

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Bank of England Blinks, Interest Rates Sink

Last Week in Review: Bank of England Blinks, Interest Rates Sink This past week, we watched the sharpest one-day decline in Treasury rates since 2008. The rate relief was relatively short-lived as uncertainty and volatility reign supreme in the financial markets. Let's recap what happened and investigate the big news in the week ahead. Last […]

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Three Things We Learned From Federal Reserve

Last Week in Review: Three Things We Learned From Federal Reserve This past week, the Federal Reserve raised the Fed Funds Rate by .75% and issued its quarterly economic projections. In response, home loan rates ticked up to a new 2022 high. Let's discuss three things we learned from the Fed Meeting and what to […]

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Financial Markets Attempt to Stabilize

Last Week in Review: Financial Markets Attempt to Stabilize After several weeks of higher rates and lower stocks, the financial markets stabilized a bit. Let's walk through what happened and look into the week ahead. When Words Don't Matter "I am more focused on if balance sheet reduction will affect liquidity in markets than impact […]

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What's Happening in The Markets?

Last Week in Review: What's Happening in The Markets? The financial markets had a rough week, with stocks falling and rates spiking since Fed Chair Powell spoke in Jackson Hole. Let's walk through what happened and look into the week ahead. "While higher interest rates, slower growth, and softer labor market conditions will bring down […]

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Rising Rates and New Home Sales

Last Week in Review: Rising Rates and New Home Sales August has not been kind to bonds and interest rates. Even though the Federal Reserve did not hold a meeting in August and is not slated to raise rates again until the end of September, long-term rates moved higher. Let's break down what happened and […]

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We Are Going to Jackson

Last Week in Review: We Are Going to Jackson For the past couple of weeks, interest rates remained within a range and haven't moved higher or lower, seemingly waiting for the next big market event. That event could be soon as Central Bankers around the globe and our Fed Chair Jerome Powell are set to […]

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