highlight the yield curve is just one of these pieces of the puzzle thats impossible to put together in real t
Highlight: The yield curve is just “one of these pieces of the puzzle that’s impossible to put together in real time,” says @BullandBaird. “Right now… it’s being impacted by abroad, lots of negative rates all over the place… [so] I wouldn’t use it as this big warning signal.”
highlight 10 year rates converging with the fed fund s rate shouldn t be a significant problem for the markets
Highlight: "10-year rates [converging] with the Fed fund's rate ... shouldn't be a significant problem for the markets," @brianlevitt of @OppFunds says. "The inverted yield curve is worrisome," Mona Mahajan adds but, "a lot of the globe has gone into negative yielding territory."
highlight although the inverted yield curve can indicate a recession this time things are pretty different wee
Highlight: Although the inverted yield curve can indicate a recession, "This time things are pretty different," Weeden & Co Chief Global Strategist Michael Purves says, "because I think [it's] going negative for a lot of reasons that have to do with structural disinflation."
capping off a month that saw the total pool of negative yielding eurozone government debt increase to eur 33 t
Capping off a month that saw the total pool of negative-yielding Eurozone government debt increase to EUR 3.3 trillion, Germany’s 10-year bond mid-yield entered negative territory for the first time since October 2016.
the index rises over the course of five trading sessions out of the last six amid growing demand for defensive
The #dollar index rises over the course of five trading sessions out of the last six, amid growing demand for defensive assets. German and Japanese bond yields go deeper into negative territory, 10-year UST yields increasingly deeper below 3 months yield.