Investors Turn Hopeful After Donald Trump’s Election Win

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NEW YORK, New York - Stocks are coming off a strong week after the Dow Jones closed at a record high on Friday, November 11, 2016.

Investors' concerns about Donald Trump's upset election were turned around by the end of the week. They're hoping the president elect's policies can help boost the economy.

The Dow was up nearly one thousand for the week to finish at a record 18,848 on Friday. The broader S and P 500 saw a 3.8% gain for the week, despite a 3 point decline on Friday, to close at close to 2,100.

Tech stocks didn't react so positively, gaining close to 2% for the week, despite falling more than 1% after the election.

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