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Mortgage rates respond to new round of quantitative easing

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To stimulate the economy via continued low interest rates, the Federal Reserve in September launched its third round of quantitative easing. This program, however, differs from the first two initiatives, according to economic experts, in that it potentially creates a semipermanent buyer for mortgage-backed securities -- which may help keep today's low rates low. The Fed pledged to purchase $40...

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