There is nothing of relevant set for release today or tomorrow. In fact, the entire week brings us the release of only three monthly economic reports, none of which are considered to be highly important. Despite the lack of economic data, it still may be an interesting week as the benchmark 10-year Treasury Note yield is right at 3.00%. If it breaks above and stays there, we very well could see an upward trend in mortgage rates begin. However, we have been here several times over the past year and each time it has retreated from this level. Since mortgage rates tend to track bond yields, we want to see it move lower.