Results 1 - 2 of 2 for yield curve has inverted signaling [Author: Carlos Garriga]
Current macroeconomic indicators generally decrease before recessions, but not before yield curve inversions.
In the mid-2000s, household private debt reached a new level 1.2 times larger than personal income—before collapsing during the Great Recession. This article uses microeconomic data to document the main changes in personal debt and explore the behavior of debt across generations over two periods: before and after the Great Recession.
Carlos Garriga 2 items
Bryan J. Noeth 1 items
Don Schlagenhauf 1 items
Matthew Famiglietti 1 items
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