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On a mid-August morning, the yield curve inverted—that is, yields on two-year Treasury bonds were higher than those on the 10-year bonds, for a short period of time. As brief as the inversion was, the stock market shook and rolled as economists warned that recessions typically follow 18 to 24 months after this type of yield curve inversion.

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