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The Fed Minutes Keep Mortgage Rates On Hold (For Now)

January 5, 2011

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The Federal Reserve released its December 14 meeting minutes Tuesday afternoon. There wasn’t much there to disturb mortgage markets, thankfully.

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Fed Minutes Help Push Mortgage Rates To 4-Month High

November 26, 2010

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Bond markets have not taken kindly to the Fed Minutes. The minutes show a propensity toward Fed “action”, most of which markets believe to be inflationary. Inflation leads to higher mortgage rates and that’s exactly what we’ve seen.

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Fed Minutes Edge Mortgage Rates Higher

October 13, 2010

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The Federal Reserve released its September 21, 2010 meeting minutes Tuesday afternoon. Mortgage rates are slightly higher today.

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The March Fed Minutes Explains Why Home Sales Weren’t Worse This Winter

April 7, 2010

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From March’s Fed Minutes, it’s clear that the Fed’s concern about inflation is hugely diminished — a major plus for the mortgage bond market and mortgage rates.

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Mortgage Rates Spike On The Federal Reserve’s January 2010 Meeting Minutes

February 18, 2010

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The Fed Minutes is a follow-up document, delivered 3 weeks after an official FOMC meeting. It’s a companion piece to the post-meeting press release, detailing the debates and discussions that shaped our central bankers’ policy decisions. The Minutes is a terrific look into the Fed’s collective mind and, yesterday, Wall Street didn’t like what it saw.

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