The U.S. created 287,000 jobs in June, massively topping analyst expectations. The national unemployment rate, meanwhile, rose slightly more than expected in June, to 4.9 percent, according to data released Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Stocks popped on Friday.
Can they keep it up next week? Take a look below at how S&P sectors and stocks within the S&P perform in the week after a jobs beat of 100,000 or more. That's only happened eight times since 2000.