U.S. stocks closed stable, Friday, but had the best week of gains in nearly three years,after data showed that the rate of unemployment in the United States fell to its lowest level in two and a half.
The market has fallen for most of the gains recorded in earlier in the session, whichamounted to 1 percent turnout with dealers to sell for a profit, after the failure of the S & Pin penetrating the barrier near the average technical resistance movements in 200 days.
The Dow Jones industrial average of major U.S. trading session on Wall Street was down0.61, or 0.01 percent to 12019.42 points, while the decline in the S & P -500 broader0.30 points, or 0.02 percent to close at 1244.28 points.
The Nasdaq Composite Index laced high-tech companies 0.73 points, or 0.03 percent at2626.93 points.
And end the week on three indicators strong gains with the Dow Jones rise of 7 percentand the S & P 7.4 percent and the Nasdaq 7.6 percent.