Since quite a while ago, I have been anticipating this remarkable moment. The – for me – most important economic warning sign has turned red: the yield curve inverted and, as a consequence, short-term interest rates in the U.S. are now higher than long-term rates. All the while gold prices dropped by twenty dollars, close to a level of $1,290 per troy ounce. Motive? The dollar strengthened to €1.12 and came near a three-week high.

The Yield Curve Inverted

Why Does the Yield Curve Invert?

Gold Prices Drop (Or Drop Somewhat)


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