Today's Rates 03-30-15

Loan Amt:  
Term Rate APR Payment
30 Yr 4.125% 4.125%
Super Conf 30yr 4.250% 4.250%
FHA 3.500% 3.500%
15 Yr 3.125% 3.125%
5/1 ARM 2.875% 2.827%
7/1 ARM 3.125% 2.969%
30 Yr VA 3.500% 3.500%
 









 
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Traders are pictured at their desks in front of the DAX board at the Frankfurt stock exchangeThe European Central Bank's 1 trillion euro quantitative easing programme, launched this month, has prompted investors to pile into shares on bets that a weak euro, low borrowing costs and cheap oil will help company profits surge. It is up a whopping 16 percent since Jan. 1, with Germany's DAX up 23 percent and France's CAC 19 percent higher, compared to a more modest 5 percent gain for London's FTSE . Euro zone inflation data due at 0900 GMT is expected to show a small pick up in prices following the launch of the ECB's stimulus, but with a year and a half of the programme still to run, investors remain upbeat on euro zone assets. "For the moment we have decided not to take profits because Europe has been lagging for several years so it still has room to outperform," said Didier Duret, chief investment officer at ABN Amro.




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cabGeneral view shows oil treatment facilities at Vankorskoye oil field owned by Rosneft company north of KrasnoyarskOil futures extended losses on Tuesday, as Iran and six world powers ramped up the pace of negotiations to reach a preliminary deal that could ease sanctions and allow more Iranian crude onto world markets. With a deadline less than 24 hours away, United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China were trying to break an impasse in negotiations aimed at stopping Iran from having the capacity to develop a nuclear bomb, in exchange for an easing of international sanctions. "Iran has built up significant oil inventories and could immediately increase exports if sanctions are lifted," analysts at ANZ said in a note. Shipping sources say Iran is storing at least 30 million barrels of oil on its fleet of supertankers, as Western sanctions keep a lid on sales.