Treasury yields mostly higher as investors look for the Fed’s guidance later today. The 10-year moves on both sides of stable, after rising to 1.784% Tuesday. “It’s [Fed] day and we do expect indications of rate hikes with liftoff begging in March,” Spartan’s Peter Cardillo says. “However, while the Fed statement will be hawkish, we do not expect a militant communique that would drive stocks lower. In other words, it’s already discounted.