People on the move: Sept. 28

Carsten Stoehr has been appointed to Standard Chartered’s global head of financial markets sales just over a year after taking up the role of global head of capital markets. Stoehr will report.

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Mortgage rates rise again, but shouldn’t affect home buying Average mortgage rates hold steady amid global trade disputes Mortgage Rates Hold Steady Amid global trade disputes. (pmms), showing that fixed-rate mortgages dropped slightly. sam khater, Freddie Mac’s chief economist, says, "Modestly weaker consumer spending and manufacturing data, along with continued jitters around trade policy, caused.The fact that interest rates are near historic lows, while rents are at astronomic levels in many urban areas, also tilts the balance in favor of buying by any objective standard. Trulia argues that.

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Bye Aerospace (Denver, CO, US) announced Sept. 26 that Paul McAuliffe has joined the company as chief financial officer. McAuliffe has been active in finance and capital markets for 35 years. Prior to joining Bye Aerospace, he was a principal at Morgan Stanley, managing director at CS First Boston.

New York providing grants to boost zombie property law compliance GSEs transfer $5.5B of credit risk in 1Q: FHFA The FHFA reveals the total amount of credit risk the GSEs have transferred since initiating its CRT programs in 2013. An FHFA report crunched the numbers since the GSEs initiated their CRT.The Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) is making $13 million in grants to municipalities across New York to help them address housing vacancy and blight, with an emphasis on "zombie" property prevention and enforcement. Zombies are homes abandoned by owners under the threat of foreclosure but for which the process has yet to be completed.