JPMorgan exec: How investors can deal with rising interest rates

“There’s been a fair amount of pain [in 2022] for owning just bonds, because interest rates have shot up so quickly, … but from here forward you’re yielding something on cash,” said Ryan Flury, head of JPMorgan Private Bank in Nashville.

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