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TREASURIES-U.S. 5/30 yield curve briefly inverts for first time since 2006

* U.S. 2/10 yield curve flattest in more than two years * Other parts of Treasury yield curve are also inverted * U.S. 2/10 OIS curve is also inverted * U.S. 2-year note, 5-year note auctions show mixed results (Adds 2-year, 5-year note auction results, updates prices) By Dhara Ranasinghe and Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss NEW YORK/LONDON, March 28 (Reuters) – The U.S. Treasury yield curve, as measured by the gap between five and 30-year yields, briefly inverted on Monday for the first time since early 2006, as a sell-off in the bond market resumed, raising concerns about the risk of recession. Investors pay closer attention to the U.S. 2/10 year yield curve for recession signals, but the 5/30 inversion has increased the chances of the former inverting as well. The U.S. 2s/10s yield curve was last at 12.8 basis points , the flattest since March 2020.

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