This week starts off with a couple pieces of economic data relating to factory orders and manufacturing that are going to be released this morning. The rest of the week is rather light on economic data with Jobless Claims data being released on Thursday and International Trade / Consumer Sentiment data being released on Friday.
Europe Moving Forward and Mortgage Rates
The market will continue watching Europe and new meetings between European leaders this week. European leaders are refining their efforts to complete a deal to address the European debt crisis.
Good news coming out of Europe will result in a possible negative affect on mortgage rates (as is the case this morning, with more positive talks occurring in Europe over the weekend) and negative news out of Europe will help keep rates at current levels or push them lower.
Economic Calendar for Week of December 5, 2011
- Monday – Factory Orders, ISM Non-MFG Index
- Tuesday – n/a
- Wednesday – EIA Petroleum Status Report
- Thursday – Jobless Claims
- Friday – International Trade, Consumer Sentiment
Where Are Mortgage Rates Now?
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