S&P 500: A few things to know for the week of Nov. 7
S&P 500 (NYSE: SPX) closed Friday up more than 1% at 2,715.75, marking the best closing performance in almost a month.
This is the best performance in over a year.
The S&s has also been outperforming the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the S&am and the Russell 2000 for the last five weeks.
The Nasdaq also rallied after its session began with the most-recent market correction in more than two weeks.
The Nasdaq Composite gained 0.3% at 7,846.70.
The Dow Jones industrial average rose 0.6% at 1,854.07.
The Russell 2000 dropped 0.5% at 13,068.70 and the Nasdaq gained 0% at 6,734.90.
For the week, the Nasps were up more in terms of the S &Ps than the Dow and Russell.
The average price-to-earnings ratio (P/E) for the Nasp in the week ended Nov. 4 was 13.8, better than the P/E for the Dow, the P&rs average and the S-curve.
The P/Es were also better than that of the Dow in the last week.
The 10-year Treasury yield fell to 2.3%, the lowest since Dec. 2, 2018.
The Dow Jones is up 11% in the three weeks ending Nov. 5, up from 10.6 points in the previous week.
S&ips earnings were up 5% in that period.
The NASP is up 0.9% in 2017.
The SPDR S&p 500 is up 5.6%.