What The Yield Curve's Deepest Inversion Since 1982 Means For SPY


  • The yield curve recently inverted to its widest level since 1982.
  • Inverted yield curves typically indicate a recession is on the way.
  • We discuss what this means for the S&P 500.
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The yield curve (the differential in interest rates on the 2-year (US2Y) and 10-year (US10Y) treasury notes recently inverted to its deepest level since 1982. On top of that, the 3-month and 10-year treasury and the 18-month

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