Tuesday, July 27, 2010 Economic Overview July 12 -
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
The optimism that pushed the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) higher through Thursday, July 15, lost whatever power it had by Friday, July 16, when it fell more than 266 points to 10097.90. As the DJIA lost ground, interest rates also edged lower. The 10-year Treasury note, which began the week at 3.24%, fell to 2.94% at the close of the week; the HSH average 30-year mortgage rate (which includes jumbo rates) held at 4.98%; and the Freddie Mac average rate edged down to 4.57%. And, indicative of slackening confidence in our nation’s economic recovery, the dollar lost ground against the euro all week.
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