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Wall Street ends lower after Fed hike

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Wall Street ends lower after Fed hike

Wall Street ends lower after Fed hike

U.S. stocks drifted lower Wednesday after the Federal Reserve raised interest rates as expected.

Fred Katayama reports.

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