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The biggest stories from Monday’s world of finance.
Bonds sold off on stronger economic data. The consensus now seems to be around a 50-50 chance of a Fed taper this month.
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Chimera Investment Corp (CIM) surged on Monday, the leader of an industry-wide rally.
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New Home Sales were reported running at a stellar annual rate in October, and yet the shares of homebuilders and other real estate relative stocks fell sharply on the day of the report. Here's why…
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The stocks of Annaly Capital Management, ARMOUR Residential REIT, American Capital Agency, Two Harbors Investment, and Invesco Mortgage Capital all watched their stocks take a nosedive this week.
The MBA Applications Index fell 12.8% after holding steady the week before. Mortgage applications have dropped off a cliff ever since rates began increasing last spring.
The economy added 203,000 jobs in November—higher than the consensus forecast of 185,000. October was revised downward to 200,000 jobs.
What's worse than being ignored by Wall Street analysts if you’re a publicly traded company. When those analysts recommend selling your shares, of course!
Over the past few years, Annaly Capital Management ( NLY ) benefited from the zero interest rate policy of the Federal Reserve. With the rising mortgage interest rate in the U.S., the share price of REIT ...
Initial jobless claims are back to pre-bust normalcy, but it might not be time to break out the champagne just yet.
The average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage rose 3 basis points, from 4.35% to 4.38%, while the ten-year bond was virtually flat.