Markets closed higher Wednesday as Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen reiterated that the central bank would continue to support growth with accommodative monetary policy. Chinese first quarter GDP was stronger than expected even as US economic data remains mixed. Major U.S. markets had their biggest three-day winning streak since February, at least temporarily halting bearish sentiment - though intraday volatility has been high. Jane Searle speaks with Teddy Weisberg at the NYSE

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