In One Chart: The ‘volatility cavalry’ is coming for the stock market, other assets, according to this chart

What can’t the yield curve predict?

Not only has an inversion of the Treasury yield curve — a line plotting yields across all Treasury maturities that under usual circumstances slopes upward — sparked recession fears, it ends up that a prolonged shift to a flatter profile also portends a renewal of price volatility for stocks and other assets, according to Alan Ruskin, global macro strategist at Deutsche Bank.

Read:The yield curve inverted — here are 5 things investors need to know

That’s a relief for traders and active asset managers who can profit when prices are more volatile, offering increased opportunity.

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