Market watch

Cornell, Jonathan
January 2008
Mortgage Strategy;1/28/2008, p20
Trade Publication
The article provides an update on the mortgage market in Great Britain. It shows that shorter term swap rates continue to fall while longer term ones rise. It also mentions the effect of the U.S. Federal Reserve's 0.75 percent cut in interest rates on the global market. The author also emphasizes the development of online system for the industry including their unique names.


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