Since an inverted Treasury curve occurs before a recession, the Federal Reserve may have to expend all remaining policy tools.
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.
The good news is that the 13 week cycle appears to have entered an up phase. And it did so before materially breaking the previous low. The bad news is that 9-12 month cycle indicators are showing no signs of strength early in this up phase. Here’s what it means, and a suggested trade.
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.