As Interest Rates Rise, GMO Watches For Shift to "Unloved" Stocks – ValueWalk Premium

As Interest Rates Rise, GMO Watches For Shift to "Unloved" Stocks

As interest rates rise and fall, so, too, do the fortunes of various corporate enterprises. JPMorgan Chase today announced a 17% rise in first-quarter profit due, in part, to expanding lending margins as interest rates moved higher. GMO, in an April white paper titled “For Whom the Bond Tolls: Low Rate Beneficiaries in a Rising Rate Environment,” notes that a wide range of firms may be about to benefit – even if interest rates don’t rise as much as anticipated.

Interest rates rise - Watch out for "bond . . .

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