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    The yield curve on US debt fell to its lowest level in 11 years

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    The yield curve on US debt fell to its lowest level in 11 years Empty The yield curve on US debt fell to its lowest level in 11 years

    Post by Rocky Fri 24 Aug 2018, 2:54 am

    The yield curve on US debt fell to its lowest level in 11 years
    The yield curve on US debt fell to its lowest level in 11 years 640



     23 August 2018 10:07 PM

    Direct: the decline bended yield on US government bonds to the lowest level in more than a decade during trading on Thursday, waiting for the start of a meeting with the "Jackson Hole" conference.
    Investors around the world are eyeing the results of a meeting of central bank chiefs in the major economies of Jackson Hole later in the day to monitor any signs of monetary policy in a number of countries.
    The yield curve for US bonds (the difference between two-year bond yields and 10-year outstanding debt) fell to a 11-year low.
    By 6:53 pm GMT, yields on 10-year US government bonds fell to 2,819%.
    Meanwhile, the yield on two-year bonds settled at 2.608%, making the difference with long-term debt 0.208%, the smallest difference since August 2007.
    A widening of the spread between long and short-term bond yields means pessimistic forecasts of economic growth and growing appreciation of tightening monetary policy.
    The Federal Reserve has raised interest rates twice since the beginning of this year, amid expectations of two further rate hikes before the end of the year.


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