Individual Stocks

Interest Rates

What may happen to the stock market if interest rates decline?

As interest rates decline, the costs of borrowing and credit become cheaper for both individuals and corporations. Accordingly, consumers may finance more purchases with credit, and corporations can borrow necessary capital more cheaply. These factors may affect their bottom-line profits, further supporting the ever-increasing stock market.


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