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Bank of America: "We've Seen This Movie Before: It Ends With A Recession"

In a merciful transition from Wall Street's endless daily discussions and more often than not- monologues - of why vol is record low, and why a financial cataclysm will ensue once vol finally surges, lately the main topic preoccupying financial strategists has been the yield curve's ongoing collapse - with the 2s10s sliding and trading at levels last seen in April 2015, and with curve inversion predicted by BMO to take place as soon as March 2018.
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