All about the Yield Curve
Its a great primer about various types of Yield Curves: Normal, Steep, Inverted, Flat or Humped.
The Living Yield Curve
One Bond Strategy
Upside-Down Interest Rates
Bad news for the U.S. that is worse news for the world.
Slate, Friday, June 3, 2005, at 3:31 AM PT
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Since 1954 -- when fed funds data first started -- the average spread between funds and the 10 year t bond
has been 0.8%. That does include the periods of a steeply negative curve.
What is unusual is not where the yield curve is now.
Rather, it is where it was a year ago when it was over 4% -- except for a few months in 1989 that was an all time high.
Posted by: spencer | Jun 9, 2005 6:23:14 PM
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