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S&P and Dow shut at file ranges once more

Nasdaq 1.9% from the all time excessive

The main indices are all closing larger and close to highs for the day/week. The S&P and Dow industrial common each closed at file highs. The NASDAQ index is just below 2% away from the all time excessive.  

The main indices additionally closed larger for the week with the NASDAQ index main the cost at up three.12%.

The ultimate numbers are exhibiting:

S&P index +31.58 factors or Zero.77% at 4128.75. The excessive reached 4129.48 which is the all time excessive for the pair.  
Nasdaq +70.878 factors or Zero.51% at 13900.18. The all-time excessive worth is at 14175.12. The index is 275 factors from the all time excessive placing the index about 1.9% from the all time highDow rose 298.68 factors or Zero.89% at 33801.25. That was simply off the excessive for the week at 33810.87 (which can be the all time excessive). 

For the week, the Nasdaq led. The Dow lagged however was nonetheless larger. The Russell 2000 index of small cap shares fell -Zero.56%.  The Nasdaq was up three.12%. 

Serving to within the US was decrease /regular charges regardless of the rise in charges right this moment. Beneath are the adjustments for the week.  The biggest decline was within the 5 yr sector with a decline of 11.59 foundation factors. The 10 yr is down -6.49 foundation factors (charges are up about four bps right this moment).  Subsequent week the US treasury might be auctioning of reopened three, 10 and 30 yr points.

In Europe, the UK FTSE 100 was up three.01% main the cost there. The Australia S&P ASX additionally rose three.01% this week.  

Global stock marektsYr up to now, Dow is up 10.44%S&P is up 9.92%Nasdaq is up 7.85%

Canada’s S&P/TSX Composite is up 10.21%.

In Europe, the France’s CAC is up 11.13% and the German Dax is up 11.05%.

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