Some analysts and economists are beginning to predict an inversion of the yield curve in the first half of 1995. They are still in the minority, but most others agree that the curve will certainly flatten if not invert.

An inverted curve means simply that short-term rates will be higher than long-term rates. And this has substantial implications for competitors in the mortgage business.

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