Stocks Rebound from Fed Sell-off

Tech stocks like Google led the Nasdaq to its highest close since 2001, as Wall Street brushed aside rising interest rates

Stocks finished higher Wednesday, despite jumps in Treasury yields and crude futures. The rally reflected sentiment that the sell-off after the Federal Reserve's interest-rate hike Tuesday was overblown, says Standard & Poor's MarketScope.

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