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TREASURIES-U.S. 5/30 yield curve 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 (Adds new comment, U.S. rates table, bullets, NEW YORK dateline, byline, updates prices) By Dhara Ranasinghe and Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss LONDON/NEW YORK, March 28 (Reuters) – The U.S. Treasury yield curve, as measured by the gap between five and 30-year yields, inverted on Monday for the first time since early 2006, as a sell-off in the bond market resumed, with short-dated yields jumping to their highest since 2019. While parts of the yield curve, namely five to 10 and three to 10 years, inverted last week, the slide of the gap between five- and 30-year maturities of the biggest bond market in the world into negative territory raised concerns the U.S. central bank’s hawkish approach to tackling inflation might hurt growth.

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