Those waiting for a full inversion before worrying about recession can start worrying today.

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There are too many inversions for me to draw all the arrows. Suffice it to say the 10-year note has now inverted with the 1-month T-Bill.

And from the 5-Year Note through the 1-month T-bill, every duration level is inverted with every duration level beneath it.

We have near-full inversion except for the 30-year long bond.

Recession Time!

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The yield curve inversion persists and even widened, selectively.

Yield Curve Recession Watch: 7-Year Treasury Yield Inverts With 1-Year

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Yield Curve is Inverted for Nearly 25 Years

Using the Fed Funds Rate as the baseline overnight duration, the yield curve is inverted for nearly 25 years.

Fed Panic! 10-Year vs 3-Month Yield Curve Spread Un-Inverts

Over the past few weeks the 10-yr to 3-month inversion shank. That portion of the curve is no longer inverted. So what?

Recession Signal Getting Louder: 5-Year Yield Inverts With 3-Month Yield

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30-Year Bond Yield Just a Hair from Record Low, 2-10 Yield Spread Near Inversion

Bond yields resumed their post-FOMC crash today after a weak two-day respite. Inversions strengthened across the board.

Yield Curve Steepened Since January 3 but Portions Remain Inverted

On Jan 3, portions of the yield curve inverted with the Fed Funds rate. That's gone, but other inversions remain.

First Inversion in Seven Years: Can a Recession be Far Off?

The 5-year to the 3-year portion of the yield curve inverted today. Inversion is typically a prelude to recession.

Yield Curve Inverted Out to Seven Years

Portions of the yield curve are once again inverted all the way out to 7 years.