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AbbVie, Exelon, and More Stocks for the Recession That May–or May Not–Be Coming

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The yield curve briefly inverted this past week–and that’s a recession signal that is either like Paul Revere’s ride or the boy who cried wolf. The good news: Investors don’t need to decide which just yet.

The yield curve refers to the difference in yields between differing maturities of Treasuries. Normally, short-term bills, with maturities measured in weeks or months, pay less interest than longer-term notes and bonds, leading to an upward-sloping curve. Sometimes, though, longer-term yields are lower than shorter-term…

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