• Five Perspectives On The Yield Curve As A Recession Signal

    7 days ago - By Forbes

    The yield curve gets a lot of attention, will it work this time in calling a recession?
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  • An Inverted Yield Curve, a Predictor of Recessions, Has the Stock Market Spooked

    7 days ago - By Fortune

    For the first time in a while, stock market investors are being spooked this week by what's happening in the bond market. And the reason has something to do with an occurrence that is not exactly in the everyday investor's lexicon: an inverted yield curve.
    Put simply, an inverted yield curve happens when bond yields at the short end of the bond spectrum rise above those at the long end. Usually, the bond market focuses on the difference between the yields on U.S. Treasury two-year notes and those for 10-year notes. When the yield curve inverts, it means the two-year notes pay bondholders...
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  • Why it's not time to panic over the bond market's recession signal

    7 days ago - By CNBC

    The bond market sent a scary signal to the stock market Tuesday about the economy, but it's probably not time to freak out - yet.
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