It isn't when the yield curve inverts that one should worry, it is when it steepens.
Stocks jumped higher on September 28, 2023 as rates finally stopped rising, at least for now.
Stocks bounced around September 27, 2023 and rates and oil continued to surge.
30-year rates continued to climb on September 26, 2023, as the stock market summer gains melted away.
10 and 30-year Treasury rates rip to new highs on September 25, 2023 while the options crowd pushed stocks higher.
Stocks experienced a significant decline last week, and the situation remains precarious as credit spreads are anticipated to broaden even more.
Stocks fell sharply on September 21, 2023 as rates reached new cycle highs across the yield curve.
The stock market was betting the Fed would aggressively cut rates in 2024, that isn't likely to happen.
Stocks fell some on September 19, 2023 as the 5-year and 10-year rate rose to their levels since 2007 ahead of tomorrow Fed announcement..
It will be a big week for stocks now that options expiration is over and the FOMC meeting is up next.
The summer rally in stocks has succumb to higher oil, rates, and a stronger dollar.
The sun has set on the summer and now it is time for the markets to go back to work.
There will be a load of economic data this week that could make it one of the most of important weeks of 2023, ahead of the labor day weekend!
Volatility in the stock market may pick up the week of August 21, 2023 ahead of Nvidia's big results.
Stocks face big headwinds the week of August 14, 2023.
The unwind of a big volatility trade may be behind this week's stock market drop and may lead to a further decline.
There will be a lot of economic data the week of July 31, which could push rates significantly higher threatening the stock market rally.
Earnings and Central bank meeting will make the week of July 24, 2023 the busiest of the summer for the stock market.
The week of July 17, 2023 will feature big earnings reports and July Opex.
Stocks bet on rates falling, and that looks like the wrong choice at this point.