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Normal Yield Curve

A yield curve known as the normal yield curve is one in which short-term debt instruments yield less than long-term debt instruments of equivalent credit grade. As a result, the yield curve has an increasing slope. It's sometimes referred to as the positive yield curve and is the most prevalent yield curve form.

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