There’s a lot of chatter about the inversion of the yield curve and how it’s an indicator of an impending recession. To better understand, let's take a look at both the history, and the current situation.

Remember that a recession is generally defined as two consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth. It’s a period of economic decline with a reduction in trade and industry activity, and a natural part of the business cycle. There are multiple other characteristics associated with recessions, but for our purposes, the general definition is adequate.

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