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NEW Wachovia Settles One Suit, Confronts Money Laundering Charges
NEW First Quarter Vacancy Rates Rise Half a Percentage from Previous Quarter
NEW A quiet morning sets the stage for an action-packed week.
NEW Some Relief After A Bit Of A Rough Week
NEW No lock alerts to report
NEW MBS faring better
NEW Consumer Sentiment at Lowest Since 1982, MBS Respond well
NEW U.S. M1 and M2 Money Supplies Fall in Week Ending April 14
NEW Doing a bit better now
NEW New Home Sales Tank!
NEW So Much For Uneventful
NEW Stronger Than Expected Economic Data Has MBS On The Run.
NEW U.S. New Homes Sales Plummet 8.5% in March to Lowest Level Since 1991
NEW Wall Street Journal's Greg Ip Says Fed May Take "Breather" After Cut Next Week
NEW dropping
NEW Broken Record?
NEW Mortgage Applications Fall, Ambac Posts Significant loss.
NEW Preview: Further Deterioration Expected in New Home Sales
NEW Mortgages Rates, Loan Applications Remain Mostly in Doldrums
NEW Here's that bounce...
NEW continuing to slide
NEW dropping a bit
NEW Another Uneventful Day For Mortgage Rates
NEW Preview: OFHEO Purchase-Only House Price Index to Decline in February
NEW Home Prices Rose 0.6% in February, OFHEO Reports
NEW Existing Home Sales Decline 2.0% in March
NEW It's quiet... Too Quiet...
NEW price improvement for the better highly probable
NEW Still in Good Shape
NEW After a Bad Week, is Recovery The Theme For This Week?
NEW The Week Ahead: U.S. Housing Sales
NEW Former Fannie Mae Execs Consent to Multi-Million Dollar Penalties
NEW Existing Home Sales to Fall Below 5 Million in March
NEW Light News Day, MBS Doing Fine (so far)
NEW We're Goin Ballistic Mav! Go Get 'Em!
NEW Don't be fooled by that 10 year treasury
NEW A bad end to a bad week for mortgage rates
NEW Sorry To Report....
NEW Housing Slump May Affect More Banks, Says Rosengren
NEW Citigroup Announces $5.1 Billion Loss in First Quarter
NEW No Scheduled Releases
NEW dropping
NEW Holding Steady
NEW The "kicking while down" has subsided... At least for now...
NEW NAHB Calls for Secondary Market for Construction Loans
NEW Fed to Make New Credit Card Proposal, Says Braunstein
NEW Fed's Fisher Maintains "Strong Reluctance" About Further Rate Cuts
NEW U.S. Initial Claims Rise 17k to 372k, Continuing Claims Gain
NEW Vacation and Investment Property Sales Strong Despite Market Troubles
NEW Renters also May Not Find Decent and Affordable Housing