The Federal Reserve's interest rate hike announcements have the potential to cause significant volatility in the stock market. The last rate hike, on Dec. 14, 2022, when the Fed issued a 50-basis point hike, led to fluctuations in the stock market, with the broad S&P 500 (NYSE:SPY) losing 2.49% between Dec. 14, and Dec. 15. The top moving stocks, both gainers and losers, of that day were affected by the news. Read also: U.S. Stocks On Track For Nervous Start As Traders Go Fed Watching On Wednesday, the Fed is expected to announce another rate hike, causing traders and investors
These '20 Stocks To Watch' Moved On Last Fed Rate Hike: How Will They React Today?
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