Chinese Yuan Per U.S. Dollar (Right Scale)
Source: LPL Research, Bloomberg 11/16/18
Investment-Grade Spreads (Right Scale)
New Orders of Nondefense Capital Goods (Excluding Aircraft)
10-Year Yield vs. LPL Research's Year-End High
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High Yield Spreads (Left Scale)
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The High-Yield Spread data presented is the Bloomberg Barclay’s High-Yield Bond Index yield minus the 10 year US Treasury yield.
Yield Spread is the difference between yields on differing debt instruments, calculated by deducting the yield of one instrument from another. The higher the yield spread, the greater the difference between the yields offered by each instrument. The spread can be measured between debt instruments of differing maturities, credit ratings and risk.
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