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    Default Bond market may signal upcoming recession

    The yield curve everyone's worreid about is inches away from flasing a recession signal


    10-year Treasury yields are moving closer to fall below 2-year yields. This has been a theme ahead of recessions in the past 40 years.


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    Default Re: Bond market may signal upcoming recession

    Symptoms of the common cold: Cough, headache, sore throat, stuffy nose...

    How about symptoms of a sick economy? The tease of an inverted yield curve have analysts diagnosing the economy with a recession. Well a single cough does not tell me I have a cold. What other symptoms are the markets expressing?

    Global macro strategist Vincent Deluard sees graver indicators in FAANG names, the U.S. dollar, volatility, outflows, and gold prices.

    5 ‘broken things’ in this market that you should be more worried about than the yield curve, according to strategist

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    A vortex is the descriptive paragon of the current bond market.

    Strategists said the bond market has been caught between a number of forces and is now a vortex sucking in investors who have to buy yield, which keep getting lower as bond prices move higher.
    Why record low bond yields could keep heading lower as market fears ‘disaster scenario’

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