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U.S Mortgages – Rates Ease Back on October’s Risk Aversion

Following last week’s upward move, mortgage rates eased in the week ending 1 st November, with 30-year fixed falling by 3 basis point to 4.83%. Risk aversion through the week ending 26 th October had driven demand for U.S Treasuries, leading to the fall in yields, with the Italian […]

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