US equities saw major gains, especially in those areas that were hit the hardest in the downturn.
Small companies saw the biggest gains with Small Value up 5.7% and Small Growth up almost 6%.
Mid companies were not far behind with Growth up 4.8% and Value up nearly 5.4%.
AND Large Growth was up over 3% and has entered positive YTD territory.
REITS, both US and Global, were up as well as Commodities.
Foreign Stocks were not far behind the US, with asset classes up from 3% to over 4.5%.
Even Bonds had some movement
US High Yield bonds up 2.3% and Emerging Market Bonds up over 3%.
Short and Intermediate Term Treasuries were down, but down so little it’s hardly worth mentioning.
This tells us investors were collectively feeling bullish last week.
Have a great weekend!
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