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Competitive Product Research, Informagic

Loan Rate Monitor - November 2017

15 Nov 2017

As we head into mid-November we see fixed mortgage rates have been on the decline. We see the 30-year conforming dropping 0.059 to 3.982 and the 30-year jumbo dropping 0.052 to 3.864. On the other hand, we see both the 5/1 ARM conforming and jumbo have increased, with the 5/1 ARM increasing 0.014 to 3.966 and 5/1 ARM jumbo with a minimal increase of 0.005 to 3.861.

EPFR

Solving the Issues Caused by Target-Date Funds

By Ryan Nauman 01 Nov 2017

Solving the Issues Caused by Target-Date Funds

Topic Asset Allocation Global Investment Flows Risk Statistics and Mathematics

Competitive Product Research, Informagic

Loan Rate Monitor - September 2017

15 Oct 2017

As we head into mid-October, we are finding that there has been an overall slight increase in rates. September proved to show the volatility in the market starting with a steady decline and ultimately turned into a continued upward swing of rates.

Competitive Product Research, Informagic

Loan Rate Monitor - August 2017

15 Sep 2017

As we head into mid-September, we are finding that there has been an overall decrease in mortgage rates. August showed a steady decline, including some record lows for the 2017 year.

IGM FX and Rates, IGM Credit

Will This Bond Rally Last?

By Amey Stone 09 Sep 2017

Will This Bond Rally Last? Thanks to North Korea, Hurricane Irma, and low inflation, bond yields keep falling. They shouldn’t get much lower from here. Written for Barron's by Amey Stone.