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Inverted much? A look at a dozen yield curves from around the globe

See how the US stacks up visually against 11 other countries

(Author’s note: All raw data was retrieved as of September 12, 2019 [12:00–13:00 UTC] from Trading Economics. The curves depicted here were created using Google Sheets. Graph trendlines are polynomials of degree two.)

United States

Inverted yield curves have preceded the last nine recessions in this country over a time span of almost 65 years. During that…

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