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What could higher US interest rates mean for stock markets?

A closer look at what’s next for US interest rates and what this could mean for stock markets.
What could higher US interest rates mean for stock markets?

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Written by
Kathleen Brooks
Kathleen Brooks
Founder of Minerva Analysis

Kathleen Brooks is the Founder of Minerva Analysis, a market analysis company. An industry expert with over 10-years experience working for retail trading providers in the City of London, she is routinely quoted by the world's top financial press including the Financial Times and Wall Street Journal.

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Published: 17th April 2023