Yield curve Inversion - not such a recession indicator and here's why
Are there any bond/FI traders out there wanting to help me out ? This article was given to me by Beat Nussbaumer and I just had to post it. It explains the possible reason for a US 3m-10year yield inversion. It states Japan and European bonds are anchoring the t-note thus driving US yields down. Why would global bond buying in Europe and Japan lift the US side ? Same class but different asset no? Apologies if I’m being a thicko. It’s not the first time I can assure you !