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Economy

Economic Data (USA)

Saturday, April 14, 2018

All 3 Major Stock Market Indices Advanced On The Week

Summary of U.S. Markets for the Week Ending April 13, 2018:

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Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) closed @ 24,360.14:

- added 427.38 points (+1.786%) on the week.
- lost 2,256.57 points (-8.478%) since the January 26, 2018 record-high close (26,616.71.)

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S and P 500 Index closed @ 2,656.30:

- added 51.83 points (+1.99%) on the week.
- lost 216.57 points (-7.538%) since the January 26, 2018 record-high close (2,872.87.)

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NASDAQ Composite Index closed @ 7,106.65:

- added 191.54 points (+2.77%) on the week.
- lost 481.67 points (-6.348%) since the March 12, 2018 record-high close (7,588.32.)

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- NYMEX Crude Oil for Future Delivery closed @ $67.39 per barrel

- Comex Gold for April delivery closed @ $1,347.90 per ounce

- In New York, the U.S. dollar buys 0.81103 euros

- In New York, the euro buys 1.2330 U.S. dollars

- The United States Prime Rate is 4.75%

- The Target Range for the Fed Funds Rate is 1.50% - 1.75%

- The yield on the 10-Year Treasury Note is currently @ 2.82%


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Standard and Poor's 500 Index Chart Through April 13, 2018
Standard and Poor's 500 Index Chart Through April 13, 2018

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