Inverted Yield Curve: Symptom or Disease?

Published on
August 28th, 2019
9 minutes

Inverted Yield Curve: Symptom or Disease?

Future Fears ·
Featuring Glenn Reynolds

Published on: August 28th, 2019 • Duration: 9 minutes

Glenn Reynolds, chief global strategist at CreditSights, joins Vincent Catalano, CIO of Redmount Capital Partners, to talk about what an inverted yield curve actually means. Reynolds argues that recent inversion are different from those in the past, and explains why that matters to investors. This clip is excerpted from a video published on Real Vision on June 27, 2019 entitled "Does the Yield Curve Matter?"



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    sylvain B.
    5 September 2019 @ 07:32
    CreditSights excellent fixed income research that we use on daily basis. great to see Glenn on RV. His latest Macro pieces are very informative. he allude to some of the finding but the interview is way too short and doesn't do justice to the quality of Glen research. Hope he will be back soon on RV.
  • DS
    David S.
    29 August 2019 @ 02:15
    The inverted yield curve means danger. What the dangers is may be different each time. The past may mean nothing. He is right, someone is going to get hurt badly in the short run. The pensioners will be hurt in the long run. Tax payers will be killed for all the public pensions. The tariff wars will just make it happen faster. DLS