Despite what Biden and his muppets say, there is a good chance that the US will slip into recession over the next 24 months. And with that, we are seeing a slight drop in US mortgage rates.
Inflation is surging, and The Fed seems intent on “inflation fighting” but may have to pause that fight the impending recession. This is called a “U-turn” although Powell didn’t mention that is his testimony yesterday.
According to Mortgage News Daily, the 30-year fixed dropped below 6% to 5.88%.
Europe is signaling their u-turn to recession fighting as 10-year sovereign yield have dropped over 10 basis points this morning. Australia and New Zealand are dropping hard as well.
Here is the Federal Reserve’s open market committee deciding on the direction of interest rates … inflation fighting or recession fighting?
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