— FactSet (@FactSet) March 25, 2022
So it appears the stock market is now being viewed as an inflation hedge.
Guess no one remembers the 1970s…
— Ross Hendricks (@Ross__Hendricks) March 25, 2022
Bond investors clearly see #recession, and are pricing in the first rate cuts as early as 2023. But what they don't see is that despite a recession #inflation will stay high. If they do cut inflation will get worse, so they may keep hiking. Either way, #bond investors get killed!
— Peter Schiff (@PeterSchiff) March 25, 2022
The move in the 10 year yield today is insane. I’m amazed the market continues to ignore this. Especially tech.
We aren’t far away from 2.5%. Just goes to show you the stock market doesn’t understand interest rates or higher borrowing costs and what it does to the economy pic.twitter.com/bf4Livm1kU
— QE Infinity (@StealthQE4) March 25, 2022
"About a third of consumers expect their overall financial position to worsen in the year ahead, the highest recorded level since the survey began in the mid 1940s…" t.co/51Vf6B4BQX pic.twitter.com/EQV1PKKl46
— Nomi Prins (@nomiprins) March 25, 2022
US Yield Curves
An inverted yield curve tends to signal that a recession is on the horizon (usually 6 to 18Mths away).
But who's right and who's wrong? pic.twitter.com/Taw1U2inwp
— Richard Dias (@RichardDias_CFA) March 25, 2022