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>> A stampede into the US stock market Wednesday, pushing the Dow above 21,000 for the first time, in the best day for Wall Street so far this year. Investors cheering the President's first address to Congress, as he seemed to take a less combative tone.>> Republicans and Democrats can work together to achieve an outcome that has eluded our country for decades.
>> But he didn't change his tune when it comes to proposals that investors really care about, tax cuts and infrastructure spending. Both Trump pledged to see through. This stock surge, however, is not just about Trump, says Reuters markets correspondent Rodrigo Campos.>> Last night New York Fed's Dudley seemed to point to the Fed being more willing to raise rates sooner than people have expected.
Some think even as soon as the meeting they have in a couple of weeks. Before last night, the expectation for a Fed hike on the next meeting was around 35%, and now it's up to 65%.>> Financial stocks which historically benefit from higher rates, by far the day's biggest gainers, leading the Dow to a record, JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs and American Express.
And there's enough stock buying to go around, with the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ trading at record highs as well.