Mortgage rates for 30-year fixed home loans rose for a second consecutive week, Freddie Mac said Thursday, threatening signs of stabilization in the housing market.

The average 30-year rate climbed to 5% for the week ended Thursday from 4.92% the previous week, Freddie said.

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