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Will Repricing Rates Impact Stocks?

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The Big Conversation | Refinitiv

This week Real Vision’s Roger Hirst uses Refinitiv’s best-in-class data to look at the repricing of interest rate risk that is taking place at the front end of yield curves. Investors are throwing in the towel on the transient inflation narrative and yields have shot up. Yield curves should flatten, but there is also the risk of a VAR shock at the back end of the curve that is not currently being factored in. How should investors approach these risks and where can they look for appropriate hedges?

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Originally Posted on October 20, 2021

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