Strong third-quarter corporate earnings and an expanding gross domestic product helped push the S&P 500 and Nasdaq to new record highs last week. The Dow also gained close to 0.50%. While technology stocks led the way, health-care shares didn’t fare as well, pushing the small-cap Russell 2000 to a small end-of-week loss. A fading euro may have impacted the Global Dow, which fell off a bit by last week’s end. Positive economic signs also affected the bond market, which saw the yield on 10-year Treasuries reach its highest level since March.