U.S. market indexes were lower on Friday but finished the week with gains. For the day, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 20093.78 for a loss of 7.13 points or 0.04%. The S&P 500 closed at 2294.69 for a loss of 1.99 points or 0.09%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 5660.78 for a gain of 5.61 points or 0.10%. The VIX Volatility Index was lower at 10.58 for a loss of 0.05 points or 0.47%.
For the week, the Dow Jones gained 1.21%, the S&P 500 gained 1.01% and the Nasdaq Composite gained 1.87%.
Friday's market movers
Economic reports affecting trading on Friday included the following:
- New orders for durable goods were down 0.4%.
- Fourth quarter GDP growth decreased to 1.9% SAAR.
- The University of Michigan's Consumer Sentiment Index was reported at 98.5, which was an increase from 98.1.
- The North American Baker Hughes rig count increased to 1,057.
In the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the following stocks led losses:
- Chevron ( CVX ) down 2.37%.
- Walmart ( WMT ) down 1.60%.
- Goldman Sachs ( GS ) down 1.10%.
- General Electric ( GE ) down 1.02%.
- Coca-Cola ( KO ) down 0.86%.
- Nike (NKE) down 0.86%.
- Boeing (BA) down 0.84%.
- IBM (IBM) down 0.76%.
In the broad market, energy led losses. S&P 500 technology stocks gained with an increase of 0.40%.
In small-caps, the Russell 2000 Index closed at 1370.70 for a loss of 4.89 points or 0.36%. The S&P 600 Small-Cap Index closed at 838.36 for a loss of 3.43 points or 0.41%. The Dow Jones Small-Cap Growth TSM Index closed at 8125.04 for a loss of 24.03 points or 0.29%. The Dow Jones Small-Cap Value TSM Index closed at 9775.68 for a loss of 56.25 points or 0.57%.
Other notable indexes
Other notable index closes included the S&P 400 Mid-Cap Index at 1696.67 for a loss of 8.31 points or 0.49%; the S&P 100 Index at 1012.93 for a loss of 0.19 points or 0.02%; the Russell 3000 Index at 1364.49 for a loss of 1.88 points or 0.14%; the Russell 1000 Index at 1273.78 for a loss of 1.52 points or 0.12%; and the Dow Jones U.S. Select Dividend Index at 642.48 for a loss of 1.20 points or 0.19%.
This article first appeared on GuruFocus .