Market Week: June 11, 2018

The Markets (as of market close June 8, 2018)

As the Group of Seven (G7) summit kicked off last Friday, and tensions seemed to escalate between the United States and its trade partners, stocks closed the week on a positive note. All of the indexes tracked here rose more than 1%, with the domestic large caps of the Dow faring especially well. Year-to-date, the Global Dow remained in negative territory, while the Nasdaq and Russell 2000 boasted solid gains.

The price of crude oil (WTI) dipped slightly last week, closing at $65.56 per barrel, down from the prior week’s closing price of $65.72 per barrel. The price of gold (COMEX) rose to $1,303.50 by early Friday evening, up from the prior week’s price of $1,298.00. The national average retail regular gasoline price fell to $2.940 per gallon on June 4, 2018, $0.022 lower than the prior week’s price but $0.526 more than a year ago.

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