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Treasury bond yield inversion raises worries over recession


NEW YORK (AP) — One of the more reliable warning signals for an economic recession started blinking again. Treasurys, the IOUs the U.S. government gives to investors who lend it money are at the center of the investing world. The “yield curve” is a chart showing how much in interest different Treasurys are paying. It is watched for clues to how the bond market feels about the long-term outlook for the U.S. economy. On Tuesday, a closely followed part of the yield curve briefly lit up again for the second time this year.

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