SHY - iShares 1-3 Year Treasury Bond ETF

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  • November ETF Asset Report: Short-Term Bonds Top
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  • Yield Curve Inverts for the First Time since 2007
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    A yield curve tracks the yields of Treasury securities maturing at different times. The narrowing of the difference between these yields is sometimes referred to as the “flattening of the yield curve.” In contrast, shorter-term security yields becoming larger than longer-term security yields is referred to as “yield curve inversion” (BND). Yield curve inversion is a cause for concern for some bond traders and investors, as it has been an indicator of upcoming recessions.

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  • Investopedia19 days ago

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  • 5 Short-Term Investments With Less Risk Than the Stock Market
    InvestorPlace2 months ago

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    Should You Be Worried about the Possible Yield Curve Inversion?

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  • Yield Curve Narrows to Decade Low
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    Yield Curve Narrows to Decade Low

    A yield curve tracks the yields of Treasury securities maturing at different times. When the yield curve (BND) inverts, it means that the yields of shorter-duration securities become larger than those of longer-term securities. The inversion of the yield curve has been a good indicator of upcoming recessions in the past.

  • Fed Officials Are Divided on the Significance of the Yield Curve
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  • Trade War Is Still Investors’ Top Concern: Should You Be Worried?
    Market Realist4 months ago

    Trade War Is Still Investors’ Top Concern: Should You Be Worried?

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  • InvestorPlace4 months ago

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  • Investopedia4 months ago

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  • Howard Marks: This Is the Single Biggest Equity Market Risk
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    Howard Marks: This Is the Single Biggest Equity Market Risk

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  • David Rubenstein Thinks Two More Rate Hikes Won’t Hurt US Economy
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  • Should You Be Concerned about Fund Managers’ Top Concern in July?
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    Should You Be Concerned about Fund Managers’ Top Concern in July?

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  • What Does the Flattening of the Yield Curve Mean for Gold?
    Market Realist5 months ago

    What Does the Flattening of the Yield Curve Mean for Gold?

    A yield curve tracks the yields of Treasury securities maturing at different time periods. The narrowing of the difference between these yields is usually referred to as the “flattening of the yield curve.” The more concerning thing is when the yield curve (BND) inverts, which means that the yields on shorter duration securities increase those on the longer-term securities. The inversion of the yield curve has been a good indicator of an upcoming recession in the past.

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  • How the Yield Spread Changed the Outlook for the Economy
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    How the Yield Spread Changed the Outlook for the Economy

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