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2 notorious recession signals are descending into the danger zone, and they have some Wall Street strategists convinced that a meltdown is fast approaching

“The first widely-used recession indicator that SocGen is watching is the yield curve, or the difference between interest rates on the 2- and 10-year notes” writes Akin Oyedele for “History shows that, on average since 1960, after an inversion of the 2y/10y yield curve the S&P 500 returns 29% before it peaks.”. Yet, the firm contended that the yield curve may not be a reliable precursor of recession this time around.

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