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Stocks higher for 2nd day after Fed action

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Among other stocks making notable moves:

— The Children’s Place clothing store rose $1.85, or 3 percent, to $60.67 after a Citi analyst opened coverage of the company with a "buy" rating.

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— The Cracker Barrel restaurant chain slipped $2.04, or 3 percent, to $64.13 after a KeyBanc analyst cut his rating to "hold" from "buy," citing high food costs.

— Staples was up 25 cents, or 2 percent, to $12.21 after Fortune magazine reported that private-equity firms are considering buying the office-supply company.

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