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Articles relating to "Mortgage rates":

Average 30-year mortgage falls to 3.65% (2/11/2016)
It’s the sixth straight week for mortgage rate declines as global economic worries and stock market turmoil push the price of U.S. government bonds higher.

Long-term mortgage rates fall for 5th straight week (2/4/2016)
The average FRM slid to 3.72% – its lowest point since April 2015; 47% of experts predict further drops as oil and other price declines rattle global markets.

Will stock price hits help keep mortgage rates low? (1/27/2016)
Some experts say the Fed could slow or halt its interest rate increases due to stock and oil volatility – but most economists consider that unlikely.

Average rate on 30-year mortgage falls to 3.81% (1/21/2016)
Falling oil and stock prices trump Fed’s Dec. interest rate increase: The FRM fell for the third straight week as investors put more money into lower-risk bonds.

Average rate on 30-year mortgage falls to 3.92% (1/15/2016)
Falling oil prices and stock turbulence continued to help homebuyers. Mortgage rates dropped again as investors put more money into U.S. bonds.

Mortgage rates defy predictions: A good time to buy? (1/13/2016)
The Fed raised interest rates in Dec. and buyers feared an era of low mortgage rates was drawing to a close. But recent stock jitters have pushed mortgage rates even lower.

Average rate on 30-year mortgages falls to 3.86% (9/25/2015)
Long-term FRM rates declined this week following a Federal Reserve decision to keep interest rates at record lows.