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Stocks Fall, Signaling 1st Yield Curve Inversion In 12 Years

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Stocks Fall, Signaling 1st Yield Curve Inversion In 12 Years

Stocks Fall, Signaling 1st Yield Curve Inversion In 12 Years

The stock market fell sharply today as bond markets signaled a possible recession, reports Mary McGuire (1:53).

WCCO 4 News At 10 – August 14, 2019

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