Fitch sees 10% drop in home prices in 2011, negative outlook for MBS

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Fitch sees 10% drop in home prices in 2011, negative outlook for MBS Moody’s Japan K.K. says that its outlook for the global shipping industry over the next 12-18 months is negative. "The negative outlook reflects our expectation. passing on the drop in fuel.

You can buy a $600k home with 10% down is aprox $3300/month after taxes and PMI (pmi is only .5% when you do conventional 10% down). 10% of all household incomes in the country can afford this payment (making over $120k per year).

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Political infighting, weak economic growth and mounting debt at state-owned companies all pose a risk to South Africa’s credit rating, Moody’s said on Thursday. Moody’s, which rates Africa’s most industrialised economy two notches above sub-investment grade, said its negative outlook

Fitch sees 10% drop in home prices in 2011, negative outlook for MBS Oct 5- Fitch Ratings has affirmed Merck& Co.’ s ratings as follows:. The ratings apply to approximately $21.5 billion in outstanding debt including the recent .5 billion debt issuance. Housing and Homelessness.

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A few months ago, industry groups seemed resigned that Congress might impose a 5% risk retention requirement on mortgage securitizations, but now legislation is headed for a committee markup that pushes the "skin in the game" bar to 10% which has many concerned.

The International Monetary Fund has projected that Zambia’s economic growth will fall to 2.9 percent next year from the 3.1 targeted for this year. In its annual World Economic Report released.

Citing people familiar with the matter, the report said the unit, formerly known as Converteam, could fetch about $1.5 billion, while GE paid about $3.2 billion for the assets in 2011. The sale process could begin as soon as next month, Bloomberg reported.

So Tuesday both current coupon MBS prices and our 10-yr T-note were worse by .250-.375, and the 10-yr closed at 1.56%.

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Fitch expects growth to reduce sharply to 1.5% in 2015 and 2.3% in 2016 from 6% in 2011-14 and below the ‘BBB’ median of 3%, reflecting weaker expected growth in both external and domestic demand.