The Dow Jones Industrial Average on Friday rose modestly for a fifth session in a row to close at a new all-time high, and booked its largest weekly gain since December 2011. Stocks have rallied since the election of Donald Trump as president as investors bet on sectors likely to benefit from potential fiscal stimulus. On Friday, stocks ended mixed, but recorded hefty weekly gains.
The S&P 500
closed 3.04 points, or 0.1%, lower at 2,164.44 and booked a 3.8% weekly gain, the largest since October 2014. The Dow Jones Industrial Average
gained 39.78 points, or 0.2%, to 18,847.66, and gained 5.4% over the week.
The Nasdaq Composite
ended the session up 28.32 points, or 0.5%, at 5,237.11 and ended the week 3.8% higher.
The Russell 2000
outperformed large-cap stocks, rallying 29.23 points, or 2.3% to 1,280.84 to end at a 12-month high. The index of small-cap stocks booked a 10% weekly gain, the best weekly gains since December 2011.
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