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Most economists say that the US will become a market for buyer real estate in 2023. This is where you will see the biggest drop in value.

Frustrated with the housing market? Housing experts say they expect the market to return to the buyers’ arena by 2023, according to a new report. Mortgage rates are near 7%, but home prices are slowly declining and inventory remains tight compared to pre-pandemic levels. However, the US housing market will turn in favor of home …

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Most economists say that the US will become a market for buyer real estate in 2023. This is where you will see the biggest drop in value.

Frustrated with the housing market? Housing experts say they expect the market to return to the buyers’ arena by 2023, according to a new report. Mortgage rates are near 7%, but home prices are slowly declining and inventory remains tight compared to pre-pandemic levels. However, the US housing market will turn in favor of home …

Most economists say that the US will become a market for buyer real estate in 2023. This is where you will see the biggest drop in value. Read More »

US economy contraction in the first half of 2022, confirms updated GDP

Numbers: The US contracted in the first six months of the year, revised government figures confirm, painting a picture of an economy reeling from strong headwinds and tailwinds. The Bureau of Economic Analysis said Thursday that gross domestic product, the economy’s official scorecard, fell 0.6% year-on-year in the second quarter. This is unchanged from the …

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Stunning bond yields plummet after BoE steps in to buy ‘by any measure necessary’

UK bond yields slipped from 14-year highs after the Bank of England said it would buy bonds “in whatever volume is necessary” to restore orderly market conditions. 10-Year Standard Reference Yield TMBMKGB-10Y, 3.983%And the Moving in the opposite direction to prices, it fell 49 basis points to 4.03%, having fallen at one point to less …

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With interest rates rising, here’s how to protect your wallet and your wallet

The Fed is willing to bring pain. are you ready? Weeks ago, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell warned that there would be “some pain for households and businesses” as the central bank raises interest rates to combat inflation that is higher than it has been in four decades. Powell and other members of the Federal …

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Morgan Stanley says investors should consider this port in the market storm right now

It appears that the massive selloff in the British pound, which is credited with exacerbating the global rout of markets last week, will continue to wreak havoc on Monday. Old Blighty’s economic woes add to the list of growing concerns in the markets, which is driving more investors into the dollar and out of riskier …

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This economist says “the de-inflation wave is piling up” even as investors anticipate a significant increase in the Fed’s interest rate

Signs of easing inflation are emerging even as investors fear that Federal Reserve Chair Powell and his colleagues will continue to fight inflation with aggressive interest rate increases that have hurt both stocks and bonds, according to a Capital Economics note. While it looks like the Federal Reserve may announce on Wednesday that it is …

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This economist says “the de-inflation wave is piling up” even as investors anticipate a significant increase in the Fed’s interest rate

Signs of easing inflation are emerging even as investors fear that Federal Reserve Chair Powell and his colleagues will continue to fight inflation with aggressive interest rate increases that have hurt both stocks and bonds, according to a Capital Economics note. While it looks like the Federal Reserve may announce on Wednesday that it is …

This economist says “the de-inflation wave is piling up” even as investors anticipate a significant increase in the Fed’s interest rate Read More »