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TheStreet.com 21 hit a record high Tuesday, finishing the session at 1127.63, up 26.32 points, or 2.4%, and outpacing the rally that lifted the broader market.

On a day when the

Federal Reserve

kept interest rates unchanged, the

Dow Jones Industrial Average

closed up 118.53 points, or 1.3%, to 9567.34, and the

Nasdaq

rose 41.55 points, or 2.3%, to 1887.25.

Only one of the index's components closed the day lower. Leading the winners was media company

Belo

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(BLC)

, which said it expects third-quarter earnings to be flat with last year, but 3 cents higher than previous estimates. The company's shares rose $2.15, or 9.2%, to $25.64 on the news.

Solectron

( SLR) and

Cisco

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were also big winners. Solectron rose 45 cents, or 7.3%, to end at $6.64, while Cisco added 90 cents, or 4.4%, to $21.29.

Meanwhile,

Equity Office Properties

( EOP) closed down 10 cents, or 0.4%, at $27.30.

Overall, the TSC 21 is up 127.63 points, or 12.8%, since its start at 1000 on July 3. The index was created to reflect the health of the nation's economy.