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It's a market force that has been brewing for quite some time: an inverted yield curve.

It hasn't happened yet, but the next Federal Reserve rate hike could push yields on the 2-year Treasury Note above the 10-Year Treasury yield.

The spread between the two yields is already at its narrowest point in over a decade.

An inverted yield curve is historically an accurate indicator that a recession is looming.

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