Mortgage markets improved slightly last week. With a dearth of new U.S. economic data due for release, investors turned their collective attention to the Europe, China, and the Middle East. U.S. mortgage rates fell slightly in the holiday-shortened week.
Mortgage markets worsened last week for the first time in a month last week.
For the third straight week, mortgage rates improved. This week's jobs report threatens those gains, however.
Mortgage markets improved last week on expectations for new Federal Reserve stimulus, plus ongoing concerns about the European Union's future.
Mortgage markets improved last week as concerns for U.S. economic growth wrestled attention away, albeit temporarily, from the Eurozone.
Mortgage rates rose slightly last week on Fed-led stimulus and events in Greece.
Mortgage markets improved last week, sending mortgage rates lower.
Mortgage markets worsened last week, breaking a multi-week winning streak for mortgage rates.
Mortgage markets improved last week in response to ongoing concerns for the European Union and an across-the-board weakening in U.S. economic data -- including the much-watched jobs report.
Mortgage markets worsened slightly last week as demand for mortgage-backed bonds slacked.