What happens when the yield curve inverts?

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Matt Freund of Calamos Investments
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Matt Freund of Calamos Investments

We expect the Federal Reserve to maintain its gradual tightening as the US economy extends its growth phase, with short-term rates likely to rise at least three more times to reach 2.5% by next year.

The yield curve has been moving toward inversion for many years now, and the economy has kept going while the pressures have built. What does the remainder of 2018 hold for investors? Once the curve...

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