An inverted yield curve is often a sign of building economic pressure, according to Matt Freund, CFA, Co-CIO, Head of Fixed Income Strategies and Senior Co-Portfolio Manager. Here, he spells out what that could mean for investors and the economy.Transcript
Video recorded 10/17/19.
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