Recent economic data released regarding core inflation showed it reached the Federal Reserve’s target of 2 percent, the first time in six years, but it left Treasury yields mixed on Friday.

The U.S. 10-year Treasury note has noticeably been projecting a flat yield curve and moved little at 0.007 percent as of 12:15 pm Eastern Time–a flattening yield curve that has some market experts worried that an inversion could lead to a recession.

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Today, the 10-year been trading within range between a yield of 2.87 percent and 2.83 percent.


Treasury Yields Mixed after Core Inflation Data Released 1

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