Treasury 10Y-2Y Slope Falls To 42 Basis Points (The Freddie King “Going Down” Curve)

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With The Fed intent on raising the short end of the yield curve and not quite committed to raising the 10 year T-note yield (through a glacial unwind spreed), we have a yield curve slope that is going down.


Here is the 10Y-2Y slope since 1977.


Thanks to Robert Norris for the Springsteen replacement.

At least gold is up since late 2015.


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