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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Politigator, Aug 14, 2019.
Thought it had inverted a couple of months ago.
---- Reciprocal In Verse ---- Reciprocal inverse such a crass transaction, the sticking in the air the ass of a fraction.
“Because I was inverted.” Alex.
But you don’t believe in charts/technical analysis. So no problem and nothing to see here.
No he was man, it was a really great move...he was inverted.
1/1000th. Good call.
So I always hear that means a 50-50 chance of a recession. I wonder what the odds are of a recession when the yield curve is not inverted.
Well let's expand the FHA loans by lowering requirements (increase risk).
50/50, but there’s only a 10% chance of that.
Why the reaction. That's what you are asking.
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What was crooked?
Interesting take on the inverted yield discussion: No, the U.S. Economy Is Not Headed for Recession
Just say his name. It's Paul "Trump will crash the economy and the stock market the day after he's elected" Krugman of the partisan rag "we don't need no stinkin Trump positive headlines even if they are factual" NYT.
As for the yield curve, it's due to the wall of money coming into the US as a safe haven. I think we're good especially if the Fed trajectory holds or accelerates.
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