The Yield Curve Inverts, Again

Includes: IEF, SHV
by: Bespoke Investment Group

Hickey and Walters (Bespoke) submit: After ten continuous months of inversion, the yield curve (spread between the yield on the three-month and ten-year U.S. treasuries) reverted back to a positive slope for the first time on May 18th. From there, the spread widened at a quick pace to a high of 62 basis points on June 15th.

Since then however, it has been all down hill, as the curve quickly became inverted once again on July 20th and has remained so ever since.

Yield Curve Chart

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