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Here's what happened to the stock market on Friday

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CNBC Markets Now: November 08, 2019

Dow Jones Industrial Average rises 6 points

The Dow gained 6.44 points, or 0.02% to close at 27,681.24. The S&P 500 rose 0.26% to 3,093.08. The Nasdaq Composite advanced 0.48% to 8,475.31. Stocks hovered around the flatline for most of Friday's session as investors digested solid weekly gains and a move to fresh record highs.

S&P 500 extends weekly win streak to 5

The S&P 500 posted its fifth straight weekly gain while the Dow rose for a third consecutive week. The Nasdaq, meanwhile, notched its sixth straight weekly gain. The major averages also hit record highs this week as sentiment around U.S.-China trade generally improved. Better-than-expected earnings from companies such as Disney and Qualcomm also contributed to the weekly gains. To be sure, President Donald Trump poured cold water on the trade optimism, saying has not agreed to roll back existing tariffs. Earlier in the week, multiple reports suggested China and the U.S. were ready to scrap tariffs as part of a phase-one deal.

Disney gains on earnings

Disney shares gained 3.76% after the company posted Thursday quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analyst expectations. Disney's results and executive commentary also stoked enthusiasm around next week's launch of Disney+, the company's video-streaming service.

What happens next?

The U.S. bond market will be closed for Veteran's Day on Monday, but the earnings season continues with Walmart, Viacom, Cisco Systems and Nvidia among the companies scheduled to report. Read more here.

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