Market Week: August 15, 2017

The Markets (as of the market close August 11,2017)

Investors may have been disturbed by the rising tensions between the United States and North Korea last week, resulting in a shift from stocks to long-term bonds. The Dow, which had surged to a new record high the prior week, sunk over 1.0% last week, while the large-cap S&P 500 fell almost 1.5% following some less than stellar second-quarter corporate earnings reports. Once again, the biggest drop was felt by the small-cap Russell 2000, which suffered the largest weekly decline of the indexes listed here, and has lost most of its year-to-date gains. On the other hand, demand for 10-year Treasuries increased, sending yields to their lowest level since June.

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