Click on the image to watch Rick and I discuss the U.S. 5/30 YIELD CURVE and how there’s no market signals but central bank signals.
Tags: 5/30 Yield Curve, central banks
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I would think that if the bond market was expecting strong growth and/or inflation, the yield curve would not be flattening now, but steepening, despite the purchase of bonds by the FED and threat of a tightening.
Shocked–I agree which is why the markets are either badly broken because of central bank breaking all the signaling instruments or something terrible lies ahead
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