Looking at Who Will Gain When Interest Rates Rise

Rieker, Matthias
April 2002
American Banker;4/5/2002, Vol. 167 Issue 65, p20
Trade Publication
Reports on the effect of increase in interest rates on the banking companies. Benefits of interest rates for the bank stock investors; Dependence of the effect of interest rate on companies on their ranking; Effect of interest rates on the earning power of regional and community banking companies; Argument among investors on the condition of interest rates; Increase in the indexes of various banks.


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