Tim Holland, CFA, Senior Vice President, Global Investment Strategist
On this week’s podcast (recorded January 26, 2018), Tim discusses a topic that’s been receiving significant attention from the media and investors, and that’s the yield curve.
- The yield curve is simply the spread or difference between the yield on the 10-year US Treasury Note and the 2-year US Treasury Note.
- Usually, our economy is expanding and the yield curve is positively sloped.
- Two forces typically cause the yield curve to flatten or invert: 1. the Federal Reserve raising the Fed Funds Rate, and 2. when investors continue to invest in the long end of the yield curve.
- The yield curve has been flattening of late. So do we at Brinker think it might be signaling a recession?
For Tim’s full insights, click here to listen to the audio recording.
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