Market Watch

Cornell, Jonathan
November 2006
Mortgage Strategy;11/27/2006, p31
Trade Publication
The article reports an observation regarding the status of interest rate swaps in the U.S. market in 2006. According to the observation, interest rate swaps have undergone increasing and decreasing every week in which there was a little change in October 2006 but fixed rates have soared. In addition, Money Partners became the first lender which implemented Unipass to enable brokers an easy access to the Website.


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