Survey: U.S. companies may be ‘overexposed’ to rising interest rates

PROVIDENCE – About two-thirds of U.S. corporate decision-makers have not locked in favorable rates to mitigate their interest rate and foreign-exchange exposure, a decision that can cost their firms millions of dollars, according to a new survey from Providence-based Citizens Bank. Despite that, the survey found that business leaders expect rates to continue to rise…

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