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A notorious recession signal is on the brink of crisis-era levels, and it’s proof Wall street is bracing for the next meltdown

“When the gap does fall below zero, it’s known as an inverted yield curve and has preceded every recession since at least 1975” writes Akin Oyedele for The inverted yield curve is back in play once again.In other words, the stock market is sending a similar message to bonds.David Rosenberg, the chief economist at Gluskin Sheff, has his eyes on another yield curve: the spread between 2- and 5-year notes.A few months ago, investors became fixated on the yield curve.

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