Adjustable-rate mortgages, which gained market share steadily for more than a year, have finally begun to show signs of flagging.

In February, adjustables accounted for 53% of the market, down sharply from the peak of 59% registered in January, according to the Federal Housing Finance Board. The decline was across the board, affecting all kinds of institutions, though to varying degrees.

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