Percent of Yield Curves Inverted

Percent of Yield Curves Inverted In recent history, U.S. recessions were preceded by yield curve inversion. It’s not different this time. Image: Macrobond Financial

Percent of 10 Yield Curves Inverted

Percent of 10 Yield Curves Inverted This chart shows that 40% of the 10-yield spreads have inverted again, as the coronavirus spreads from China. Image: Real Investment Advice

U.S. Rates and Yield Curve

U.S. Rates and Yield Curve The inverted 10Y-3M yield curve suggests that monetary policy is becoming too tight. Image: Fidelity Investments

Yield Curve Inversions and U.S. Recessions

Yield Curve Inversions and U.S. Recessions The table shows the significant lag between the first inversion date and the onset of the recession in the United States. Image: Jeroen Blokland

U.S. Monetary Policy, Term Premium and Yield Curve

U.S. Monetary Policy, Term Premium and Yield Curve This chart suggests when U.S. monetary policy is too tight or too loose. An inverted yield curve is a sign that monetary policy is too tight. Image: Fidelity Investments

The 10Y-3M Yield Curve

The 10Y-3M Yield Curve The 10-year less 3-month yield curve flattens, as the coronavirus spreads from China. Image: Bianco Research

Yield Curve vs. Global Equities

Yield Curve vs. Global Equities Global yield curves suggest optimism for risk assets in 2020. Image: Topdown Charts

10Y-2Y Yield Curve and U.S. Recession

10Y-2Y Yield Curve and U.S. Recession The U.S. yield curve is steepening and suggests optimism for 2020, as investors become more confident in the U.S. economy. Image: Financial Times