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ARAMCO Report -Thursday September 25, 2014

Posted by Mehran Aram on Thu, Sep 25, 2014 @ 17:09 PM

A big drop in U.S. stock prices on Thursday and fears of slowing global economies sparked a rally in U.S. bonds and pushed yields lower. New orders for durable goods plunged 18.2% in August while initial jobless claims also rose last week. But on a more positive note according to Core Logic, 1 million properties returned to positive equity in the 2nd quarter. Conforming no point 30 year fixed mortgage rates average 4 1/4% with 15 year rates closer to 3 3/8ths.

And now for something completely different: Did you know that every year tourists throw about 1.1 million Euros in the Trevi Fountain in Rome? The city uses the money to fund a supermarket for the poor. I made my contribution 40 years ago.

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Topics: Reverse Mortgage, CoreLogic, Stocks, global economies, Euro, stock prices, Italy, Trevi fountain, Rome, jobless