Stocks ended increased in the final buying and selling session of the 12 months Monday, but logged Wall Street’s biggest annual decline since 2008. The S&P 500
rose round 21 factors, or 0.9%, to finish close to 2,507, in response to preliminary figures, whereas the Dow Jones Industrial Average
rose round 265 factors, or 1.1%, to shut round 23,327. The Nasdaq Composite
rose round 51 factors, or 0.8%, to finish close to 6,635. For the 12 months, nevertheless, the S&P 500 fell 6.2%, the Dow dropped 5.6% and the Nasdaq Composite posted a 3.9% decline, the biggest yearly fall for all three in a decade.
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