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Pointing in opposite directions

6 December 2006 By Martin Hutchinson

Falling US bond yields and an inverted yield curve suggest recession, but narrow credit spreads suggest healthy expansion. Inflation could resolve the conflict. There are signs of rising price pressures. If so, the only soft landing may be 30 feet underwater.

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