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Barron’s: The “Term Premium” Has Vanished. What It Says About the Bond Market

Phillip Wool attributes the lower term premium to the increased likelihood of an economic downturn, citing growing concern that the optimistic notion of a “soft landing” is unrealistic, and the delayed impact of Fed policy may eventually result in a recession.

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