Panic In The Bond Market; Rates Surge; Time To Adjust

Panic In The Bond Market It’s no mystery that longer-term Treasury yields have been trending higher since August (it’s all we can talk about at times) and that mortgage rates have largely been able to ignore that trend. But that blissful ignorance is increasingly hard to maintain–a fact that hits home on days like today. For a variety of reasons, today was a big bad day for Treasuries. As feared, MBS were painfully unable to outperform, and the same can be said of mortgage rates compared to MBS prices. Bottom line: rates rose sharply. Multiple lenders repriced for the worse. This is part of an ongoing, widespread reevaluation of economic and monetary outcomes as told by the bond market. There’s no guarantee that things get better before they get worse. Econ Data / Events Fed MBS Buying 10am
Panic In The Bond Market; Rates Surge; Time To Adjust
Panic In The Bond Market; Rates Surge; Time To Adjust

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