Mortgage interest rates Information about mortgage rates and interest rate forecasts

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Our monthly newsletter “UBS mortgages in the current interest rate environment” predicts mortgage rate trends.

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Long-term interest rate trends and forecast

An extraordinary start to the year
The good sentiment at the start of the year did not last much longer than the New Year's fireworks for equity investors. By contrast, bond markets were buoyed by fears for the global economy and recorded slightly declining yields. This environment is likely to have made the Fed lose its appetite for further interest rate hikes for the time being. In combination with the relaxed monetary policy adopted in the eurozone, Japan and China, these hikes indicate low interest rates over the coming months. In the medium term, the low oil price should bolster both consumers and the global economy, resulting in a slight increase in long-term yields, both in the US and on the European markets.