The inversion reaches steepest since 1981 — and THEY ARE OUT OF CASH!

The spread between the monetary policy-sensitive two-year U.S. Treasury yield (US2Y) and the 10-year (US10Y) UST yield reached the deepest inversion since September 1981, as bond-market investors priced in higher-for-longer interest rates following Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s Senate testimony earlier in the session.

And in other related new, Credit Suisse (bank) stock falls 97%. Will it collapse? Is it the Lehman?

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