Rate Sensitivity Not Uniformly Priced Into Bank Stocks
Banks release information every quarter on how changing rates might affect their net interest income (NII), but rate sensitivity isn’t consistently priced into their stocks. To some extent this is because rate sensitivity calculations aren’t completely uniform across the sector, but negative headlines that shift investor attention away from basics like NII also plays a role, giving investors the potential for outperformance if rates do go up next year.
Not all bank stocks reflect asset sensitivity
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