Recession inbound, hints LEI. Lower rates to follow

Mortgage rates typically tumble in recessions. That's why most who pine for lower rates want to know if recession is immiment.

The U.S. leading economic indicator (LEI) is just the latest clue of that imminence. Note how it's topped out before recessions — throughout most of history.

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