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Why it's not time to panic over the bond market's recession signal

The bond market sent a scary signal ... not an inversion, but at its lowest point in more than 11 years. Gauging the spread between the 10-year and 3-month notes "An inverted yield curve is often asso... read more

Why these bond investors suspect the 10-year Treasury yield has peaked

Read: Why stock-market bulls may soon be complaining about the Fed’s quantitative tightening “Whilst the Fed is not actively selling bonds, the absence of its market presence as an ongoing bond buyer ... read more

Why JPMorgan And Bank Of America Will Likely Double The Market's Returns In The Coming Years

Banks have been hammered by this correction, thanks to falling yield curves and concerns over a potentially looming recession ... safe as its bank vaults. Thus it's not hard to see why Buffett ... read more

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Financial Shadows Over The Supposedly Sunny Economy

And it has merits; sound reasons exist for why a pension-fund administrator doesn't just deposit tens of billions of dollars at the bank, withdrawing the money over time to meet retirees ... Theoretic... read more


Why Does the US Yield Curve Inversion Matter?

Why Do Investors Look at the Yield Curve? The yield curve, if it’s based on AA-rated corporate bonds, German Bunds, or US Treasuries, is a reflection of the relationship between risk and time ... mark... read more

Reflexivity: Relationships Between The Economy And Markets

Instead of forecasting a recession in over a year ... is below its 2% target. If the Fed becomes dovish, the market might view that as a signal to panic. The Fed is either going to cause an ... read more

State Of The Economy 15: Why The Stock Market Is Wrong About A Looming Recession

The bond market, which since 1955 has not just predicted every recession ahead of time, but has only ... Fed is going to pause at its estimated neutral FFR of 3%. Why is that? read more

Why Fear of a Bear Market for Stocks Is ‘Irrational’

The Great Recession occurred 10 years ago, but its ... not yet. Even if the curve does invert, he argues, the trouble wouldn’t begin right away. He says in his note that “investors are ignoring the yi... read more

RBA panic intensifies

They might opt to issue a little less in the US market for a time ... though not always, the longer a bank wishes to borrow Australian dollars, the higher the premium it must pay over the Australian d... read more

7 things to do when you’re spooked by the stock market

In times like this, the most successful investors I know are careful to avoid leaping into panic ... term goals, not what’s right in front of you. Corrections in the stock market are totally normal, a... read more

A rising out-of-favour dividend stock, where to seek shelter amid the market mayhem and is the yield curve coming to kill you?

The low nominal level makes inversion more likely than in the past, and possibly means it would be less relevant this time. Mr. Brown also warns investors that financial media will stoke market panic ... read more

The Misunderstood Flattening Yield Curve

Ditto for 2006, though that time ... not inverted. Only a small part of it is inverted, which is unusual but no reason to panic. It is nowhere near the kind of inversion that might signal recession. read more



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