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What Is the U.S. Yield Curve Signaling About the Economic Outlook?

Group CIO Dan Ivascyn says that while there’s considerable uncertainty going forward, it’s premature to suggest a recession is imminent.


Group CIO Dan Ivascyn says that while there’s considerable uncertainty going forward, it’s premature to suggest a recession is imminent simply because we’ve seen some inversion in a portion of the U.S. yield curve.

Learn more about PIMCO’s outlook for economies and markets in our latest edition of Putting Markets in Perspective.

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