Coming out of the 2008 financial crises, we observed zero, and even negative, interest rates in Europe. Interest rates here in the United States approached just 1.00%. Both of these events were unprecedented looking back at the history of global financial markets. As the 2008 recession drifts into the rear-view mirror and Central Banks around the world begin to raise rates, how should investors manage a rising interest rate environment? Listen in as Sean T. Corkery, CFA® and Joe Barry discuss this important topic on the Barry Podcast.