Conventional thinking suggests rising interest rates will negatively impact automotive manufacturers such as General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) because rising borrowing costs reduce consumer' purchasing power. However, we believe higher rates will actually be a net positive for GM because they should substantially reduce GM's large pension-related obligations.
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