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Mortgage Rates This Week

There is limited economic data set for release during the holiday shortened week. After last weeks fireworks following the better than expected GDP and Non-Farm Payroll numbers, this week forecasts to be uneventful. The biggest focal points for the bond market will be the 10 year and 30 year US Treasury auctions on Wed and Thursday as well as Weekly Initial Jobless Claims. Finally we have scheduled speeches by Bernanke and probable future Fed Chairman Yellen later in the week. For current mortgage rates visit our Interest Rate Quote portal.

 

What is on the agenda for this week?

DateTime (ET)Economic ReleaseActualMarket ExpectsPrior
13-Nov7:00 AMMBA Mortgage IndexNA-7.00%
13-Nov8:30 AMExport Prices ex-ag.NA0.30%
13-Nov8:30 AMImport Prices ex-oilNA0.10%
13-Nov2:00 PMTreasury BudgetNA-$120.0B
14-Nov8:30 AMInitial Claims330K336K
14-Nov8:30 AMContinuing Claims2862K2868K
14-Nov8:30 AMTrade Balance-$39.1B-$38.8B
14-Nov8:30 AMProductivity-Prel2.00%2.30%
14-Nov8:30 AMUnit Labor Costs0.80%0.00%
14-Nov10:30 AMNatural Gas InventoriesNA35 bcf
14-Nov11:00 AMCrude InventoriesNA1.577M
15-Nov8:30 AMEmpire Manufacturing4.31.5
15-Nov9:15 AMIndustrial Production0.10%0.60%
15-Nov9:15 AMCapacity Utilization78.30%78.30%
15-Nov10:00 AMWholesale Inventories0.30%0.50%
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