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Weakening Recovery Pulls Mortgage Rates Down
Average 30-year fixed at 4.41%
Jan. 17, 2014
By E. SCOTT RECKARDLos Angeles Times
Signs that the economic recovery was weakening caused mortgage interest rates to drop early this week, with lenders telling Freddie Mac they were offering 30-year fixed loans to solid borrowers at an average rate of 4.41 percent.
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