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well you're afraid of a pending interest rate hike investors pushing U. S. stocks sharply higher Friday after job growth for November came in stronger than expected the data fueling speculation the federal reserve has wouldn't need to announce the first rate increase and almost ten years at a meeting later this month Reuters market editor David Geffen essentially the stock market has grown to a point where it seems that , we have relatively OK a wage growth not special but it's there and continued ongoing strength in the job market , and the equity market hopeful that the fed can raise rates but it will not derail the economy that hope is giving this widespread rally wings with almost every major sector from financials to track to the ones driven by consumer demand jumping on board and one of the biggest stock upswing than , a lot of days like these however are likely to become less common , of money which had been essentially until now screen is not free anymore whatever happens to the market of course , it means a little bit more volatility not every sector is going to go up to win all didn't twenty fourteen when the entire market was just lifted by fed largesse but there's interest rates are only expected to rise gradually all to keep money used for stock buybacks and private equity deals to help prop up the stock market not likely to evaporate overnight