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The market’s favorite recession indicator has stopped flashing red. But the Duke professor who created it told us everyone should still be prepa...

Duke professor Campbell Harvey thinks the economic growth landscape is troubling enough to worry about, even if the yield curve curve has uninverted.

There’s a more than 25% risk of a US recession in the next year, Bloomberg Economics says

The model uses "a range of data spanning economic conditions, financial markets and gauges of underlying stress."

The market’s favorite recession indicator reverts back to safe territory for the first time in months

"We're seeing rates lifted on that positive news and equities are following," said Charlie Ripley of Allianz Investment Management.

The Duke professor who uncovered the yield curve’s recession warning says it’s time to start preparing for another downturn

Professor Campbell Harvey has also said the inverted yield curve is sending the economy a "code red" signal.

Some investors fear negative-yielding debt more than the inverted yield curve. Here’s why.

Negative yields "could be the direction in which we're heading," Ed Yardeni, chief investment strategist at Yardeni Research told Markets Insider.

Wall Street banks are expected to warn that falling rates are hammering business — and analysts fear sweeping cuts to forecasts

Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, and other banking giants are expected to temper their outlooks, fanning fears of earnings downgrades.
Worried investors are plowing into the haven-like commodity.

Spooked traders are to a 6-year high after yet another warning on a slowdown in global trade

"Investors have piled into gold because, fundamentally, they are worried about the state of the global economy," says one analyst.

The market’s favorite recession indicator has been wrong twice since 1950. Here’s why some investors say it’s flashing a false posit...

Even if a recession does follow this particular inversion, it doesn't necessarily mean that the recession is right around the corner.

The market’s safest assets are offering investors record-low returns — and it’s left them no place to hide from recession fears

"It's certainly scary when you see yields fall so sharply, and when you see the yield curve inverted," said Collin Martin of Charles Schwab.

The yield curve is inverted. Here’s what that means, and what the implications are for the economy.

Here's everything you need to know about yield curve inversions, including why Wall Street cares, how they happen, and what comes after.