What an inverted yield curve means for your money

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ST. LOUIS – An inverted yield curve marks a point on a chart where short-term investments in U.S. Treasury bonds pay more than long-term ones.  The last time there was an inverted yield curve was 2007, right before the recession of 2008.

Scott Colbert, Chief Economist For Commerce Trust Company joined FOX 2 to discuss what this means for our bank accounts, our investments and our retirement.

For more information visit: CommerceTrustCompany.com


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