Stocks rallied Wednesday as the veil of uncertainty over rates was lifted.
It was a shortened trading session on Wall Street after the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday.
Stocks rocked back and forth the flatline, torn between a rally among energy stocks and political drama in Greece.
On the last Friday of the year, December 26, major U.S. indexes wrapped up the second straight week in record territory.
After wavering between positive and negative grounds, investors finally decided to end the losing streak.
Housing Data, including New and Existing Home Sales and S&P/Case-Shiller will be key for the Week Ahead, June 23.
U.S. markets ended Thursday's session mixed as markets continued to digest comments about the direction of the U.S. economy from Fed Chief Janet Yellen.
Jill Malandrino lines up your trading calendar for The Week Ahead. The focus will remain on emerging markets, particularly the sensitive situation in Ukraine.
US stocks closed lower on wild swings over concern on the outlook for emerging markets. TheStreet's Jane Searle speaks with Seaport Securities' Jason Weisberg at the NYSE.
U.S. markets ended Tuesday's session at new highs on optimism about the economy.