Treasury 10Y-2Y Slope Flattens To 35.5 BPS, Eurodollar 3M Futures Spread Falls To Lowest Level Since 2000 (Europe’s Troubles In One Chart)

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The US Treasury 10Y-2Y slope keeps falling … as The Fed keeps raising their target rate. It has flattened to 35.5 basis points.

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Meanwhile, the 3 month Eurodollar spread to  the lowest level since 2000.

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You can see Europe’s troubles (which are legion) in this chart.

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It looks like even Europe will be drinking Pabst Blue Ribbon if things don’t improve.

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