Markets Waver, Rise Following Latest FOMC Minutes (QQQ) (SPY)
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Markets are ticking to session highs following the FOMC Minutes on Wednesday afternoon.
The S&P 500 is up 0.3 percent, Dow Industrials are up 0.3 percent, and Nasdaqi s up just over 0.1 percent.
In part, several officials said a rate hike would be warranted relatively soon, though an argument was made that additional information might be needed before action is taken.
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