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Rising real rates, hawkish talk from the U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed), and the sell-off in long-duration assets – including long-term bonds and technology stocks – may have equity investors concerned about the future of what is already the longest bull market run in history.
In the slides above, OppenheimerFunds Senior Investment Strategist Brian Levitt explains why rising interest rates are unlikely to derail the bull market and where investors may find opportunities in the current environment.
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