Tomorrow doesn’t have any relevant economic data scheduled that we need to be concerned with. There is a situation in the stock markets referred to as Quadruple Witching day, where four different types of stock options and futures expire simultaneously. It is common to see stock volatility on days this happens. Under normal circumstances, stock volatility can influence bond trading and, to some degree, mortgage pricing. However, there seems to be a disconnect right now between the traditional pattern of good days for stocks are bad days for bonds and vice versa. We are currently seeing stocks move in the same direction as bonds more often than opposite, meaning tomorrow’s Quadruple Witching may not influence bond trading or mortgage rates this time.