U.S. stocks finished mixed last week, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing the week above 18000 for the first time since last July while technology stocks were weaker.
Stock prices rebounded last week, regaining all of the previous week’s losses.
After rebounding strongly in March, global stocks took a breather in the first full week of April.
U.S. stocks got back into their winning ways last week and ended March with huge gains to end the first quarter mostly in the positive column.
U.S. stocks had their first losing week in March last week in a trading session shortened by the Good Friday observance and shaken by the terrorist attacks in Brussels.
U.S. stocks rose for the fifth week in a row last week, boosting the Dow and the S&P 500 into the green for the year.
Investors celebrated the seventh anniversary of the bull market by pushing stocks higher for the fourth week in a row.