Trending Thursday: Fed chills on Great Fall of China?

Trending Thursday: Fed chills on Great Fall of China?

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Ex-Fifth Third banker starts mortgage-bond hedge fund

Cincinnati Business Courier takes a look at Mariemont Capital
Meet Kevin Taylor. In 2013, he left his position running mortgage-backed securities trading desk at Fifth Third Bank to start Mariemont Capital. And according to a report from the Cincinnati Business Courier, Taylor is finding success investing in residential mortgage bonds and delivering big returns for his investors.
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Mortgage Bankers Association adds 28 new members

MBA continues expansion in June and July
The Mortgage Bankers Association announced that it welcomed 28 new members into its ranks in the months of June and July, continuing to elevate its total membership beyond 2,200 companies. Take a look at the new members.
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Fed’s Dudley: Raising interest rates not likely very soon

Due to recent market volatility hike is now "less compelling"
A September interest rate hike is now unlikely due to recent turmoil in the stock markets from China’s volatile economy. According to New York Fed President William Dudley, the prospect of a September rate hike "seems less compelling" than it was only weeks ago.
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Seattle’s ‘Up’ house is getting its own movie

Edith Macefield fought encroaching development, story now Hollywood-bound
The tale of the small Seattle-area home that rose to fame after the owner famously turned down $1 million for her home even as a shopping mall was being built around her and was once used to promote the Disney film “Up,” because of its similarities to the movie, is now headed to Hollywood itself.
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