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Delaware Mortgage Rates Weekly Update for February 6, 2012

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Delaware Mortgage Rates weekly update for week of February 6, 2012 by John R. Thomas from Primary Residential Mortgage.  Call 302-703-0727 to get a free mortgage consultation or APPLY ONLINE NOW.

 Delaware mortgage rates by John R. Thomas

Delaware mortgage rates have started the week higher because of unexpected increase in the nonfarm payroll at 243,000 jobs created versus the 170,000 expected.  This was good news so the stock market rallied pulling money out of the bond marketing causing interest rates to rise.  Delaware mortgage rates are still near all time historic lows so now is a great time to purchase a new home in Delaware or refinance your current mortgage loan.

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Delaware Mortgage Rates Weekly Update for January 30 2012

John Thomas January 30, 2012 Tags: , , , , ,

Delaware mortgage rates weekly update for January 30, 2012 by John R. Thomas from Primary Residential Mortgage.  Call 302-703-0727 for a free mortgage consultation if you are planning to purchase or refinance a home in Delaware or APPLY ONLINE.

 Delaware mortgage rates weekly update for January 30 2012

Delaware mortgage rates touched all time lows again when the mortgage bonds were tradered to all time record high on the news that Europe punted on fixing the debt concerns, Federal Reserve extend forecast for low rates from 2013 to end of 2014 which signals economy is not expected to rebound anytime soon, and the GDP report showing only a 2.8% versus the expected 3.2%.

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Financial News – Week of January 8th

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Financial News – Week of January 8, 2007

Employers boosted payrolls by a hefty 167,000 workers in December, 50,000 more jobs than analysts had forecast. With the hiring surge, the unemployment rate remained at a historically low 4.5%, the Labor Department said January 5, 2007.

The U.S. manufacturing sector rebounded in December, according to the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) index, which rose from 49.5 in November to 51.4 in December. An ISM reading below 50 indicates contraction, while above 50 signals expansion.

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