2-year/10-year yield curve inverts again after March jobs data


A closely watched measure of the yield curve moved back into inversion — with the yield on the 2-year Treasury note trading above the 10-year Treasury note yield — after a solid March jobs report. The 2-year yield was up around 11 basis points near 2.43%, while the 10-year yield stood at 2.415%. That measure of the curve briefly inverted earlier this week. A persistent inversion the 2-year/10-year curve is seen by investors and economists as a solid recession warning signal, albeit often with a long lag.

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