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The hardening trade war and the pause in IPO easy money

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Like yesterday, I have a few thoughts on the economic headlines below. This one is behind the paywall though and I am going to focus mostly on two topics.Yield curve inversionAt its worst yesterday, the risk-off play saw the 10-year falling to 2.40%, marginally below the 3-month yield. As I write ...

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Like yesterday, I have a few thoughts on the economic headlines below. This one is behind the paywall though and I am going to focus mostly on two topics.
Yield curve inversion
At its worst yesterday, the risk-off play saw the 10-year falling to 2.40%, marginally below the 3-month yield. As I write ...

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I am a former European credit markets and M&A guy who started out as a diplomat. — so I have some pretty diverse interests.

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