Customer Retention, Broker Products; Yield Curve and Mortgage Rates

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Posted To: Pipeline Press

Congratulations to Hawaii which became a state fifty years ago today. We’ve had plenty of economic cycles, small and large, in fifty years, although in general rates have been coming down since 1981. And we’ve had a flat or inverted U.S. yield curve for several months. Inverted yield curves don’t cause a recession: Two consecutive quarters of negative growth is the technical definition of a recession. Nine major economies have entered a recession or are on the verge of one, adding to fears the U.S. could see a downturn. The nine economies are Argentina, Brazil, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Russia, Singapore, South Korea and the UK. Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan says recession risks in the US are low despite warning signals from bond markets, which he contends are mostly driven…(read more)

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