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The Weekly Globe


/ 11 May 2020

The Weekly Globe

The UST yield curve slope traditionally compares the difference between longer-dated tenors with very shortterm bond yields, like 10 and 2 years. Essentially, the slope shows the difference between the expected future state of the economy, reflected in 10Y UST yield, and shorter-term maturities, which are driven by more immediate economic conditions and associated with monetary policy. The UST maturity spread is signaling the relative perception of economic vitality and pricing power (i.e. capacity to increase prices as reflected in inflation) between the medium-term against more immediate conditions.

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