US 30-year Mortgage Rate Rises To 4.30% As 10-year Treasury Yield Plunges -8.2 BPS (Eurozone Yields Dropping Like A Rock)

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by confoundedinterest17

As someone who needs to move to Ohio, I would really appreciate it if mortgage rates would more closely follow the 10-year Treasury yield. But alas, Bankrate’s 30-year mortgage rate just rose to 4.30% as the US Treasury 10-year yield dropped -8.2 basis points.

Europe. Middle East and Africa (EMEA) sovereign yields are all down over 10 basis points averaging around -15 bps.

Ukraine’s 10-year yield has plummeted by -48.3 bps this morning.

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