The US Treasury yield curve (30Y-5Y) slope has flattened to the lowest level since December 2007, before The Great Recession.
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The US Treasury 10Y-2Y curve slope (orange line) is near the lowest level since December 2007.
It looks like The Fed’s massive stimulus has finally worn off for the Treasury curve.
Fed Vice Chair Stanley Fischer spoke this morning.
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