US, UK Curves Invert, 30-Year Treasury Yield Hits Record Low Amid Growth Panic

US, UK Curves Invert, 30-Year Treasury Yield Hits Record Low Amid Growth Panic

Yield curves in the US and the UK inverted on Wednesday amid fresh signs that the global economy is cracking under pressure. As European bonds rallied following confirmation that German output contracted in Q2, both countries saw inversions in their respective 2s10s. This comes on the heels of lackluster activity data out of China, where industrial output grew at the slowest pace in 17 years in July, underscoring the malaise gripping the world's second-largest economy. Meanwhile, 30-year Tr
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  1. I know it doesn’t matter, but maybe the deficit does matter going forward? Somehow, the dynamics of trump bullshit and prior bankruptcies paint a picture that looks like doom — but how does this all unfold and crumble, or, if one adjusts their thinking, how does the deficit Make America Great, as a recession kicks-in? Mr. 3-D chess player is playing a complex game, which he obviously doesn’t understand. Instead of a toddler conducting a train, we have a toddler flying a F-22 Raptor through a hurricane.

    “The man in the crowd with the multicolored mirrors
    On his hobnail boots
    Lying with his eyes while his hands are busy
    Working overtime”

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