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How is “higher for longer” playing out in the US stock market?

Notwithstanding the partial recoveries today, the past month or so has seen a sell-off in both Treasuries and equities in which “rate sensitive” stock market sectors have underperformed. So long as concerns about demand-driven inflation remain at the forefront of investors’ minds, those trends could persist.

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