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Investors keep a close eye on the yield curve, a line that plots the yield on bonds running from shortest maturity to longest. The slope of the yield curve offers a simple way to get a pulse on the market’s expectations for interest rates, and accordingly, economic prospects. A positive curve is usually upward sloping, with longer maturities, facing more unknowns on growth and inflation, outyielding their shorter-maturity counterparts.

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