What is Going on with Interest Rates? #wigowir

10:23 AM ET New Rates have been posted

30-Year Fixed 3.375%  (3.457% APR) No Origination Fee  

  • 30-Year Fixed-Rate Mortgage: The monthly payment on a $200,000 30-year Fixed-Rate Loan at 3.375% and 70% loan-to-value (LTV) is $884.19 with 0 points due at closing. The Annual ercentage Rate (APR) is 3.457%. Payment does not include taxes and insurance premiums. The actual payment amount will be greater. Some state and county maximum loan amount restrictions may apply.

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Below is the news when it happened and the market's reaction:

 9:39 AM - S&P slightly higher after the open.

 9:00 AM - S&P futures now near unchanged.

 8:45 AM - The benchmark 3% Fannie Mae 30-yr coupon opens below support at the 25-day Moving Average (103.76).

 8:38 AM - The Treasury will sell $24B 3-yr Notes on Tuesday, $23B 10-yr Notes on Wednesday and $15B 30-yr Bonds on Thursday.

 8:35 AM - The New York Fed provides early week support as it purchases up to $2.675B in 30-yr Fannie/Freddie 3s and 3.5s later this morning.

 8:32 AM - There is just an 18% chance of a Fed Funds Rate hike in September.

 8:30 AM - Fed Fund Futures show a 47% probability of a Fed Funds Rate hike in December, up from 37% on August 4.

 8:24 AM - The U.S. dollar index 96.27, +0.13.

 8:21 AM - There are no scheduled market moving events today.

 8:20 AM - WTI oil +$0.85 to $42.65/barrel.

 8:19 AM - 10-yr T Note yield edges higher to 1.59%.

 8:14 AM - S&P futures modestly higher as Friday's robust payrolls data boosted optimism about economic growth. The S&P (2,182) and the Nasdaq (5,221) closed at record highs on Friday.

 8:11 AM - MBS open near unchanged after Friday's decline which was touched off by the better-than-expected data from the July Jobs Report.



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