U.S. Stock Markets in 2010

The S&P500 is looking to close out the year up approximately 12.5%, the DJIA will likely end the year up around 10.5% and the Nasdaq will likely close the year up 16.7%.

Despite investors’ concerns about the U.S. economy, the possibility of European countries defaulting on debt, the Standard & Poor’s 500 stock index and the Dow Jones industrial average both rose about 14 percent for the year, including dividends. The Nasdaq composite index, meanwhile, rose about 18 percent for the year after dividends.

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