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Countdown to inversion: US Treasury curve flattening has resumed

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The bear steepening from late August was a head fake. We went from about 18 basis points between the 2- and the 10-year on August 27th to 34 on October 10th. That's when the equities market threw a tizzy as the ten-year reached the 3.25% threshold. And just as when, we had a similar dynamic […] This website is now reader-supported via Patreon. Full-text emails are available on that platform, including the new daily and weekly newsletter posts. Become a Patron!

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The bear steepening from late August was a head fake. We went from about 18 basis points between the 2- and the 10-year on August 27th to 34 on October 10th. That's when the equities market threw a tizzy as the ten-year reached the 3.25% threshold. And just as when, we had a similar dynamic […]

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