Market Snapshot: Nasdaq books longest win streak since November as U.S. stocks end mixed after stronger-than-expected jobs report


U.S. stocks closed mixed Friday, with the technology-heavy Nasdaq Composite ending higher as the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 index slipped, after a stronger-than-expected June jobs report. All three major benchmarks booked weekly gains, with the Nasdaq leading the way up.

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U.S. stocks ended a choppy trading session mostly lower after Friday’s jobs report showed more robust growth in the American labor market last month than had been expected.


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