I’ve always followed bank stocks ever since I first began investing almost six years ago. Once I learned the 10-year and 2-year treasury spread was a profit driver for the big banks, I started to track the daily fluctuations. These two interest rates are part of the larger yield curve that generally trends higher along the x-axis of a graph, while an “inverted” curve trends lower along the x-axis. Let’s take a look at the yield curve over five different time frames since the start of 2018 and which of these yields recently inverted.

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Jagger Villalobos

Bottom-Up Analysis | Equity Research

Seeking Analyst Position

New York, New York