US stocks ended higher Wednesday after a volatile session that saw the release of the Fed’s May meeting minutes. Consumer discretionary stocks led a gain on the S&P 500. The tech-centered Nasdaq Composite led the rally the Nasdaq led the tech-led Nasdaq composite rally. The Fed’s minutes indicated the central bank will stay on track for aggressive interest rate hikes and take some time to take some some time. The central bank’s central bank indicated it will stay ‘on track’ for aggressive rate hikes. The market closed Wednesday’s volatile session at 4:00 p.m. on the heels of last week’s disappointing results from Target and Walmart’s disappointing quarterly results. The retail giant’s quarterly profit outlook on Nordstrom raised its quarterly . . .