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A solid jobs report for March, coupled with continued strength in the housing sector, may have influenced
equities as each of the indexes listed here posted gains week-over-week. Following the prior week's
sell-off, gains in the large-cap indexes have moved the S&P 500 and Dow solidly into positive territory for
the year. The biggest gainer, however, was the Russell 2000, which jumped 3.53% by week's end and is
closing in on its 2015 year-end value. Long-term bonds continue to attract investor money, driving prices
higher as yields on the U.S. 10-year Treasuries fell 21 points over the prior week's closing price.
The price of crude oil (WTI) continued to be volatile, closing at $36.63 a barrel, $2.96 less than the prior
week's closing price. The price of gold (COMEX) rose by last week's end, selling at $1,223.60 by late
Friday afternoon, up from the prior week's closing price of $1,218.70. The national average retail regular
gasoline price increased for the sixth week in a row, selling at $2.066 per gallon on March 28, 2016, $0.059
over the prior week's price but $0.382 under a year ago

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 The Markets (as of market close March 25, 2016)

After five consecutive weeks of gains, stocks cooled as each of the major indexes listed here slid into negative territory by the close of last week. With the latest downturn, only the Dow is ahead of its 2015 year-end closing value. Several of the markets were closed for Good Friday. Favorable reports on the GDP and new home sales could spur the market this week.

The price of crude oil (WTI) had a volatile week, yet it is clearly trending upward as the price increased again last week, closing the week slightly ahead at $39.59 a barrel, $0.24 ahead of the prior week's closing price. The price of gold (COMEX) fell by last week's end, selling at $1,218.70 by late Friday afternoon, down from the prior week's closing price of $1,256. The national average retail regular gasoline price increased for the fifth week in a row, selling at $2.007 per gallon on March 21, 2016, $0.046 over the prior week's price but $0.450 under a year ago.

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