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Stocks finished higher Wednesday, wiping out most of the past week's losses, after the Federal Reserve reaffirmed its policies on bond purchases and record-low interest rates and as investors shrugged off concerns over Cyprus.
Stock index futures were higher Wednesday as investors looked ahead to the Federal Reserve's policy meeting announcement, shifting their focus from worries over Cyprus.
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General Mills reported higher-than-expected quarterly earnings on Wednesday, but lifted its full-year forecast only slightly, citing higher costs.
With Cyprus creating a new wave of worry, markets will be looking to the Fed Wednesday to keep a steady hand on the tiller.
The Fed could add fuel to the market rally in the week ahead, keeping the Dow on track for its best first quarter since 1998.