Recession Signals Intensify - Right Investments Hold Against Them
The so-called inverse yield curve often indicates a phase of economic weakness.
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If interest rates for short maturities are higher than interest rates for long maturities, this may indicate weaker economic phases, and thus also an impending recession. What we are talking about here is the inversion of the two-year and ten-year yield curves. Life insurers, for example, need long maturities, so the supply of long maturities is often not large enough to meet demand. However, the inverted yield curve can also result from a market imbalance. Since July, the yield curve has now been inverted. For example, the yield on ten-year U.S. government bonds was most recently around 3.26 percent and the yield on two-year government bonds was 3.52 percent.
Interest rate hikes fuel recession fears. In June, the Fed raised interest rates significantly and the next increase of 75 basis points is probably imminent. This is likely to lead to painful consequences for both private individuals and companies. But according to Fed Chairman Powell, it is the unfortunate cost of reducing inflation. Billionaire and founder of DoubleLine Capital LP, Jeffrey Gundlach also points to the inversion of the yield curve and warns that these are reliable signals of economic problems. There it is advisable for investors to reconsider investment considerations again exactly and to win a piece security. This is most likely to succeed with investments in the proven gold and also gold companies.
Among the well-positioned gold companies is Skeena Resources - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzNGdVvJQvM -, for example. There is to be a full feasibility study for the Eskay Creek gold-silver project in British Columbia before the end of this year.
Victoria Gold - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQUfXk66k5w -, the leading gold producer in the Yukon, was able to produce more than 32,000 ounces of gold in the second quarter at its Eagle Gold Mine.
Current corporate information and press releases from Skeena Resources (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/skeena-resources-ltd/) and Victoria Gold (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/victoria-gold-corp/).
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