Flattening Yield Curve
The Flattening yield curve is an environment where the difference between long-term and short-term interest rates narrows.
In a market based economy a narrowing curve usually indicates rising short-term interest rates and this tends to slow the economy.
In a Fed manipulated economic environment, an environment where the Fed is committed to keeping short-term rates low, the current flattening of the yield curve through declining long-term rates must be an indication that declining consumption patterns are pulling us into a recession.
Exciting build into the full moon last night, now we will see the effects of the crest.
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