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Here is an interesting article on the yield curve:

The threat of such an inversion has even caught the attention of Federal Reserve officials, with St. Louis Fed President James Bullard saying that If the Fed goes ahead and raises rates and the 10-year rate “does not cooperate,” the yield curve could invert later this year or in 2019.

However, not everyone is freaking out about that possibility.

Andrew Adams, analyst at Raymond James, in a Friday research note argues that not every narrowing yield spread between the 2s and 10s results in an inversion and that some of the best stock-market performance has come amid such flattening yield trends:
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