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We are ahead of the curve

3M has adopted a more aggressive gaming book to mitigate the challenges of the first three months of 2019, CEO Michael Roman told CNBC on Monday. "We were behind the curve to cut costs in Q1," he said in a personal interview with "Mad Money" Jim Cramer. "The action we are taking now is bringing us ahead of this turn. …

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The yield curve has reversed. What does that mean?

Photograph by Clem Onojeghuo Text Size All three major US stock market indices declined on Friday as investors responded to one of the main recession indicators: the so-called reversal of the yield curve between 10 years and three months of treasuries. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S & P 500 were around 1.5% at noon, while the Nasdaq …

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Reverse yield curve does not mean the party is (still) over

The yield curve, the difference between short-term and long-term interest rates, has flattened in recent weeks. This is usually a sign of slower growth. Worse still, the gap between the two- and ten-year government bond yields is approaching unpleasant reversal. When short-term interest rates are higher than long-term ones, inversion has occurred in the last 50 years before any US …

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What is an inverted yield curve and what does it really mean?

If you follow the markets, you probably know that the yield curve is partially reversed. You probably also know that this is a pretty big deal because almost every financial reporter in the country keeps saying that. It may not be so obvious why exactly everyone is freaking out about it. The answer is in a word recession. The chances …

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One part of the U.S. yield curve just inverted; what does that mean?

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Part of the U.S. Pat. Treasury yield curve "inverted" this week, setting it aside. FILE PHOTO: The north side of the U.S. Treasury Building in Washington February 22, 2001./File Photo Whatever the reason, investors and economists ignore this message from the bond market at their peril: yield curve inversions – when shorter-dated securities yield more than …

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The yield curve has reversed! – Mother Jones

Look for messages that you can trust Subscribe to our free newsletter. In general, the yield on a 5-year government bond should be higher than on a 3-year government bond. In the longer term, that means you take a bit more risk. Today, after years of breathless waiting, this is no longer true. The yield curve has "inverted," and when …

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The Yield Curve and Stocks: Much Ado About It All – SPDR S & P 500 Trust ETF (NYSEARCA: SPY)

There has been much talk about the strength of the American labor market. And for a good reason. Most measures of worker health – U-2 unemployment rates, jobless claims, wage increases, year-over-year job growth, etc. – support the notion that US workers "win." On the other hand, very few people have addressed the possibility that the data is weakening rather …

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The flattening curve, once again

The flat yield curve will continue to be a harbinger of the impending recession. Matt Phillips writes in the New York Times about "What is the yield curve?" A strong signal of the recession "has the attention of Wall Street." The so-called yield curve is dangerously close to predicting a recession – something which she has done previously with surprising …

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