from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb Present participle of steepen.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • The trade is known as steepening yield-curve trade.

    California Eyes Wall Street's Credit Bets

  • As the yield on the 10-year note rose more than that on the two-year note, the yield spread widened in what is technically termed the steepening of the benchmark yield curve.

    Treasury Prices Fall, Testing Fed's Buying

  • In technical terms, that is known as a steepening of the benchmark yield curve.

    Stock Rally Undercuts Treasurys

  • Technically, that is called the steepening of the benchmark yield curve.

    Treasurys Slide Ahead of Auctions

  • As short-dated Treasurys outperformed their longer-dated peers, the yield spread between the two sections widened again (known as a steepening of the yield curve), breaking the flattening trade since Friday.

    Traders Sift Treasury Bargain Bin

  • Meanwhile, the gap between short - and long-dated Treasurys widened for the week, in what is called a steepening of the yield curve.

    Skittish Investors

  • At issue are "steepening" trades, in which banks and fund managers make bets that long-term interest rates will rise in relation to short-term rates.

    EU Rate Shift Undercuts

  • It is postulated that the vein system steepens further to the north and that this "steepening" or change of dip is coincident with fault structures along the creek north of Balabag Hill and may indicate positions where structural thickening might occur leading to better mineralization. Aktuelle Nachrichten

  • That's the "steepening" we referenced earlier, and though it's at its all time highs, there's plenty of pressure keeping it there during this

    Mortgage News Daily - Mortgage And Real Estate News

  • "With that combination, we can naturally expect steepening" of the yield curve.

    Haven Demand Aids Japanese Bonds


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.