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The Casil Report – A Financial Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – August 13th 2013

Today, Tuesday, (08/13/13): The 10 Year Treasury Yield rose this morning to 2.72%, meaning higher mortgage rates than yesterday: July 2013 U.S. Retail Sales increased by 0.2%, meeting market expectations. Last month’s retail sales increase was adjusted upwards from 0.4% to 0.6%. The main reason for this increase for the fourth consecutive month is due … Continue reading “The Casil Report – A Financial Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – August 13th 2013”

The Casil Report – A Financial Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – August 5th, 2013

Today, Monday, (08/05/13): The 10 Year Treasury Yield rose this morning to 2.64%, meaning higher mortgage rates than Friday: The May 2013 U.S. ISM Non-Manufacturing Index rose to a six month high with an Index Level of 56.0, coming in better than market expectations. This report shows that U.S. service industries/jobs are starting to grow … Continue reading “The Casil Report – A Financial Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – August 5th, 2013”

The Casil Report – A Financial Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – July 29, 2013

Today, Monday, (07/29/13): The 10 Year Treasury Yield rose this morning to 2.58%, meaning higher mortgage rates than Friday: June 2013 U.S. Pending Home Sales decreased by 0.4%, however, the reading came in better than market expectations. This decrease in pending home sales is mostly due to a continued limited inventory of residential houses for … Continue reading “The Casil Report – A Financial Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – July 29, 2013”

The Casil Report – A Financial Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – July 22, 2013

Today, Monday, (07/22/13): The 10 Year Treasury Yield dropped this morning to 2.48%, meaning lower mortgage rates than Friday: June 2013 U.S. Existing Home Sales dropped to a 5.08 Million Annual Rate, coming in lower than market expectations. The major reason for this decrease in existing home sales is due to the recent rise in … Continue reading “The Casil Report – A Financial Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – July 22, 2013”

The Casil Report- A Financial Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – June 24, 2013

Today, Monday, (06/24/13): The 10 Year Treasury Yield rose this morning to 2.56%, meaning higher mortgage rates than Friday: No Major U.S. economic reports are being released today. This additional extremely quick rise in the 10 Year Treasury Yield/Mortgage Rates is due to a bond market sell-off from the recently announced and probable quicker than … Continue reading “The Casil Report- A Financial Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – June 24, 2013”

The Casil Report: A Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – June 10, 2013

Monday, (06/10/13): The 10 Year Treasury Yield rose today to 2.21%, meaning higher mortgage rates than Friday: No Major U.S. Economic Reports were released today. In China, May 2013 Chinese Industrial Production increased by 9.2% from May 2012; it came in worse than market expectations. May 2013 Chinese Retail Sales increased by 12.9% from May … Continue reading “The Casil Report: A Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – June 10, 2013”

The Casil Report: A Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – June 3, 2013

Today, Monday, (06/03/13): The 10 Year Treasury Yield dropped this morning to 2.09%, meaning lower mortgage rates than Friday: The May 2013 U.S. Institute for Supply Management Manufacturing Index Level dropped to Index Level of 49.0, coming in worse than market expectations. This report shows that U.S. factories had the quickest drop in manufacturing output … Continue reading “The Casil Report: A Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – June 3, 2013”

The Casil Report: A Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – May 24, 2013

Today, Friday (05/24/13): The 10 Year Treasury Yield dropped to 2.01%, meaning lower mortgage rates than yesterday: April 2013 U.S. Durable Orders increased by 3.3%, coming in better than market expectations. This increase in durable orders was mostly due to an 18.1% increase in the production of commercial aircraft. However, the non-transportation portion of durable … Continue reading “The Casil Report: A Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – May 24, 2013”

The Casil Report: A Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – May 20, 2013

Today, Monday, (05/20/13): The 10 Year Treasury Yield is even this morning at 1.95%, meaning similar mortgage rates as of Friday. No major U.S. or World Economic reports were released today. The financial markets are awaiting Wednesday’s FOMC Minutes Report/Bernanke’s Congressional Testimony. These indicators will help show the Fed’s stance regarding the continuation of QE3 … Continue reading “The Casil Report: A Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – May 20, 2013”

The Casil Report: A Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – May 13, 2013

The 10 Year Treasury Yield increased to 1.92%, meaning higher mortgage rates than Friday. April 2013 U.S. Retail Sales increased by 0.1% (decreased by 0.5% during the previous month), coming in better than market expectations (0.3% decrease). This is likely due to increases in consumer spending for automobiles and restaurants. An increase in retail sales … Continue reading “The Casil Report: A Commentary on the Mortgage Markets – May 13, 2013”

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