These cheap U.S.-focused stocks could thrive as rest of the globe deals with stagflation, Barclays says

A T-Mobile store in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Monday Jan. 31, 2022. T-Mobile US Inc. is scheduled to release earnings figures on Feb. 2.
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As the Russia-Ukraine conflict triggers fears of a "stagflationary shock" around the world, Barclays' analysts say some U.S. stocks could thrive as growing energy costs punish overseas markets, especially in Europe.

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