In early January, we wrote the following. "Don't look now, but interest rates at the long end of the curve are moving higher. With the whole curve historically low, does it really matter? Could it actually be bullish for certain sections of the stock market? Certainly not high-yield plays, but for those stocks that benefit from a faster growing economy? Remember those days? There are lots of questions but no definitive answers -- so watch price action to give us a clue.
NFLX, CMA, ERIC, VTRS, GSK, KEY
FITB, LMT, PG, TUP