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  1. Fed gets more hawkish

    The Fed increased the Fed Funds rate by 0.25% as expected, but the twist was that they had a more hawkish outlook this time around, and the odds are now looking like another possible two rate hikes this year. Two was a possibility but it has now become more likely, and that seems to be what the late selling was responding to.

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