"Higher rates without meaningful economic growth are bad for banks (XLF), says FBR's Paul...


"Higher rates without meaningful economic growth are bad for banks (XLF), says FBR's Paul Miller, making a counterpoint to last week's line of bank executives welcoming the recent increase in interest rates. KBW's Chris Mutascio is also skeptical, noting short-term rates driving loan pricing could stay flat while assets pegged to long-term yields lose value.

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