Since an inverted Treasury curve occurs before a recession, the Federal Reserve may have to expend all remaining policy tools.
Liquidity moves markets!Follow the money. Find the profits!
The US Treasury 10-year yield declined 10 bps today which is a large pop.
The Federal Reserve finally achieved an inverted Treasury yield curve for the first time since 2007.
A closer look since 1992.
The Federal Reserve, in the past, has reacted aggressively when the yield curve slope breached 0 slope. Aka, Snake and Nape (Snake Eye Missiles and Napalm).
It’s been a lovely %$#$$ non-recovery from the last recession. Just asset bubbles.
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