Inverted Yield Curve Recession Indicator? Stock Market Analysis

Inverted Yield Curve Not Necessarily Recession Indicator

Jim Lowell, chief investment officer at Adviser Investments, joined CNBC to discuss last Friday’s brief inversion of the yield spread between 3-month and 10-year Treasury bonds. Jim noted although markets responded with across-the-board losses for all major U.S. indexes on Monday, the inverted yield curve is not necessarily predictive of a recession. He also addressed a host of variables that include Brexit, trade discussions with China, interest-rate action and Mueller investigation fallout.

 

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