The Federal Reserve has signaled that it will continue to hike interest rates sporadically. Now the Congressional Budget Office is projecting just how high rates might go over the next few years
After raising interest rates at its last meeting, the Federal Reserve decided against a rate hike in May – but intimated that further hikes were on the way
What could go wrong if the Fed tries to force rates higher? According to RealtyTrac, a lot could happen, which is probably one of the reasons why the bank is so unclear.
Will they, won't they, when will they? The recent FOMC meeting gives us some answers.
Mortgage applications decreased 3.9% from one week earlier, while rates decreased on all five types of loans last week, a full-reversal of the prior week’s increases in interest rates.
The focus from markets on the FOMC meeting this week is whether or not it will remove the word "patience" in guiding markets on when the Fed will begin increasing rates. Markets see patience suggesting the Fed isn’t ready to think about increasing rates
In its recent report, the CFPB uncovered several issues relating to mortgage origination violations.
Compared to Tuesday the stock market was quiet yesterday,the bond and mortgage markets slightly better but nothing substantial and still bearish Today we get some key data with February retail and sales.