It's common sense that if you are lending money to someone for a decade, you are naturally going to want a higher interest rate than if you lend to someone who promises to pay you back in a few months. However, on certain occasions a strange phenomenon occurs: lenders to the US government get less money for a long-term loan than they do for a short-term one. This is the dreaded "inverted yield cur...

 

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