Inverted thinking

13 Sep 2018 By Myron Scholes, Ash Alankar

An inverted U.S. yield curve, with short-term interest rates higher than long-term ones, is seen as a recession warning. Myron Scholes and Ash Alankar of Janus Henderson Investments argue that monetary policymakers should worry more about the excess of yields over inflation.

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