Yield-curve inversion grows with the 5Y-30Y hitting its widest point since 2000

Inverted Yield Curve with aerial view of New York City


The yield curve inversion continues to pick up steam as the spread between the U.S. 30-year Treasury yield (US30Y) and the U.S. 5-year Treasury yield (US5Y) has now hit its widest point since 2000.

Also widening is the

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