Beaten by a curve ball: are we reading bond market signals the wrong way?
In this article for the Australian Roger takes a closer look at the inverted US yield curve, the last three occasions the this occurred was 1990, 2000 and 2006. Since 2008, the world’s economy and its financial system is vastly different not only from just prior to the GFC but since the end of WWII. Could it be that inverted yield curves are signalling expectations of a sharp decline in inflation? Read here.