A stretch that goes down as the best week for U.S. stocks in two years has been anything but easy money for the traders who had to navigate it.
Three distinct narratives have driven trading, combining to lift the S&P 500 Index more than any time since 2014 and give the Dow Jones Industrial Average its best week in five years. Stocks rallied on Monday and Tuesday on speculation Hillary Clinton would win the presidency, then posted almost equally big gains Wednesday and Thursday as investors warmed to Donald Trump’s fiscal stimulus policies.
The week ended on a down note for the S&P 500, as gains in banks and drug stocks were pared. In the middle was an hour-long election night plunge that would’ve lopped $1 trillion from the S&P 500 had it come during regular trading hours.
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