US Mortgage Rate Rise To 7.13% As Inflation Remains And Fed Counterattacks

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by confoundedinterest17

As Americans are painfully aware, inflation is still haunting us. Despite Administration proclamations that inflation is declining, it is rising again. And with rising inflation (and an overheated labor market), The Federal Reserve is in full counterattack mode, withdrawing stimulus and raising rates.

And with Fed tightening comes rising 30-year mortgage rates.

Out of boredom, I watched the Clive Barker film “Hellraiser” and noticed perpertual Democrat Presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton in the cast as the female Cenobite.

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