S&P 500 Snapshot: Ends Week Up 1.62% Despite Friday Fall
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The S&P 500 reached it's highest close year to date on Thursday and finished this week up 1.62% from last week, despite Friday's fall. The index is up 7.73% YTD and is 13.76% below its record close.
The U.S. Treasury put the closing yield on the 10-year note, as of January 27, at 3.53% which is above its record low (0.52% on 8/4/2020). The 2-year note is at 4.30%. See our latest Treasury Snapshot here.
Here's a snapshot of the index going back to 2013.