Higher Long-Term Rates for the 30 year and 10 year US treasury. Should head towards 5% over time.
Tapering marks the end to Quantitative Easing.
Fed is expected to raise Short-Term Rates 2 to 4 times over the next 15 months by 0.25% each time.
Negative Impact on Stocks.
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