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BANK OF AMERICA: These 17 stocks could get crushed by higher interest rates

Interest rates are on the rise. The Federal Reserve on Wednesday held its benchmark rate unchanged, as expected. But its statement had a more aggressive view on the path of inflation over the next year, solidifying the market's view that rates are likely headed higher. Concerns about higher inflation and interest rates were most evident earlier in the week, when stocks had one of their steepest drops since Brexit as the bond market also sold off.
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