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US Treasury 10Y-2Y Yield Curve Slopes Rises To Near 100 Basis Points (Generally Falls Before

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The US Treasury 10Y-2Y yield curve slope has been generally falling … until recently. After hitting 75 basis points on August 29th, it has been generally rising to 99 as of today.


In the longer term, we are near to the pre-recession swan dive point that we have seen before previous recessions.


Wonder if the rise in the yield curve slope has something to do with the Indians leading the World Series 3-2?

Go Tribe!


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