Market Week: January 3, 2022

The Markets (as of market close December 31, 2021) 

The last week of 2021 saw stocks close generally higher, with only the Nasdaq slipping lower. The Dow
ended the week up 1.1%, followed by the S&P 500, the Global Dow, and the Russell 2000. The week
between Christmas and New Year’s Day is generally marked by thin trading, and last week was no
exception. Most of the market sectors closed the week in the black, led by real estate, utilities, materials,
and consumer staples. Ten-year Treasury yields inched higher, crude oil prices rose $1.66 per barrel, while
the dollar dipped lower. 

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