Fed Rate Tightening Historically Spells Swoon For Shares of Manufacturers, But Surge For Dealers
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Since 1985, there have been five periods when the U.S. Federal Reserve has raised its federal funds target rate by six times or more consecutively (including the current period of tightening). Higher interest rates equate to increased borrowing costs for buyers of new and used vehicles who purchase on credit, and recent data shows that U.S. auto loan rates are rising and zero percent loans are rapidly becoming obsolete.
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