Wall Street closes higher; S&P posts longest rally since 2004

FXstreet.com (San Francisco) - The US stocks market has closed Friday with gains as well as the week and the S&P 500 has loged its longest winning streak since 2004 on the back of strong earnings season. Apple collapsed 12% on the week and Netflix rockets 70%.

The S&P 500 has finished above the 1,500 level for time since December 2007 after advancing 8.14 points or 0.54% to close at 1,502.96. S&P 500 advanced 1.14% on the week.

The DJIA added 70.65 points or 0.51% to finish at 13,895.98. On the week, The Dow advanced 1.8%. The Nasdaq Composite gained 19.33 points or 0.62% to the 3,149.71 level. On the week, the Nasdaq finished 0.48% higher than previous weekly close.

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