Friday, December 8, 2023 | The Latest Buzz for the Appraisal Industry

MBS Day Ahead: Hoping The Orderly Correction Can at Least Remain Orderly

By Matthew Graham

Posted To: MBS Commentary

Markets don’t always read from a script. Beyond that, there just aren’t many past examples of moves like the one at the beginning of 2015, but so far, the bounce back from Tuesday’s low rates has offered essentially no surprises. If anything, it might be just a bit more resilient than past examples, but then again, the initial rally was also more gradual than past examples. One way we can tell that bond markets are in the midst of a true technical correction is the uniformity and linearity of the 3-day trend. Take a look: There’s ample precedent for 2.04-2.07 being a well-traveled pit-stop on the epic journeys of 10yr yields. And that’s where the corrective trend would converge in the event of overnight weakness or even post-payrolls weakness if the overnight session is…(read more)

Forward this article via email: Send a copy of this story to someone you know that may want to read it.

Via:: MBS Day Ahead: Hoping The Orderly Correction Can at Least Remain Orderly


Mark Buhler

The Surfing Appraiser

Riding the waves of the appraisal profession can result in a range of outcomes and emotions over time. Appraisers, and surfers, have varying levels of

Read More »
Timothy Andersen, MAI, MSc., CDEI, MNAA

“Naked, Unarmed, and Alone?”

Question: “My state board recently charged me with authoring a misleading report. I got the client to write a letter to the state indicating my

Read More »