By Liz Moyer
Investing.com -- U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday ahead of the Federal Reserve’s next monetary policy move.
All eyes are on the Fed today, with the decision on interest rates due out at 14:00 ET while the press conference starts at 14:30. the Fed will raise rates another 0.75 percentage point, as it did in June and July.
Investors are eager to see updated projections from the Fed decision makers, which could provide clues about the direction of interest rates and how long it will take inflation to come down toward the Fed’s target.
General Mills Inc (NYSE: GIS ) shares rose 5% after the maker of Cheerios cereal raised sales and profit guidance for the full year, citing higher prices and strong demand.
Cosmetics maker Coty Inc 's (NYSE: COTY ) shares also rose 7% after it hiked first quarter 2023 revenue and margin forecasts. The reopening after the pandemic hasn’t dented sales of lipstick or other beauty items.
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