The U.S. economy’s steady growth – the longest stretch since World War II without a recession – is something of a mystery. Last summer, the yield curve inverted, which traditionally is the most reliable signal of an impending downturn. There were all sorts of plausible reasons the economy could take a turn for the worse…
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