The inverted yield curve looks set to be a global phenomenon, with major Asian debt markets primed to mirror the moves in Treasuries as fears grow that the world economy is teetering on the brink of a recession.
Yields in Singapore, Australia and Japan are tracking the slide in their United States and United Kingdom peers as investors take stock of the damage wrought by the Sino-American trade war.
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