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Goldman Sachs has some ideas for how companies can offset higher rates by pursuing internal growth.
The firm sees 4% as a crucial threshold for the US 10-year Treasury yield.
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If US companies are going to withstand the pressure of Federal Reserve monetary tightening, they're going to have to grow.
So says Goldman Sachs, which sees 4% as a crucial threshold for the US 10-year Treasury yield. If rates exceed 4%, the firm estimates, companies will have to generate 200 basis points of medium-term growth to neutralize the negative effect on valuations.
Boost - Growth - Expectations - Decline - Equity
"A boost to medium-term growth expectations or a decline in the equity risk premium (ERP) could offset the...
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