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Ten years after the credit crisis, and with the Federal Reserve raising rates eight times since 2015, the end game is fast approaching. As the U.S. economy has strengthened, the effect of rate increases on the yield curve has been uneven, resulting in speculation about prospects for a yield-curve inversion. Macroeconomic factors like trade policy, emerging-markets volatility, and quantitative easing in Europe further complicate the landscape.

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