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Over the past month, the yield curve has gotten slightly steeper, with long rates edging up and short rates edging down.
We anticipate that long rates will remain stable and, therefore, we will continue to maintain our neutral duration strategy.
Over the past month, the yield curve has flattened slightly, with long rates falling more than short short rates.
Over the past month, the yield curve has steepened, as short rates stayed even and long rates took a jump up.
Over the past month, the yield curve has gotten flatter, as short rates stayed nearly even and long rates dropped.
Over the past month, the yield curve has flattened, as short rates stayed even and long rates fell.
Over the past month, the yield curve has gotten noticeably steeper, as short rates edged down and long rates jumped up.
Long rates rose back to summertime levels, and short rates edged up but remained extraordinarily low.
Since last month and in the wake of the Maturity Extension Program and Reinvestment Policy of the Federal Reserve, more colloquially known as Operation Twist, or Lets Twist Again, the yield curve has flattened as long rates fell.
Over the past month, the yield curve flattened as long rates fell.
However, long rates are finally seeing some upward pressure from signs of the Fed unwinding its balance sheet, as well as from finally higher European rates.
Pushing long rates down is not going to fix the economy and is causing pension problems that are being worryingly ignored.

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