Yield Curve Flashing Red, but Don’t Hit the Panic Button

Meghan Shue |
Wilmington Wire

March 22, 2019—On Friday, the slope of the Treasury yield curve inverted between the 10-year and 3-month Treasuries (in other words, the yield on a 3-month Treasury exceeded that of a 10-year Treasury), with the 10-year yield falling to as low as 2.42% intraday—the lowest since the start of the year—and the 3-month yield holding fairly steady at 2.45% (Figure 1). Financial media outlets sounded the alarm bells, and equity markets sold off sharply by mid-day.


Video: Estate and Tax Benefits of a ‘Basis Swap’

Brian Oard |
Wealth Planning

Andy Katzenstein, a partner in the Private Client Services Department at Proskauer Rose LLP, joined Wilmington Trust’s Alvina Lo and Brian Oard at the 2018 Hawaii Tax Institute Conference to explain the process of entering into a basis swap and the opportunities this exchange can create for estate and income tax benefits.Please see important disclosures at the end of the video.

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