It was a mixed close to a record-breaking week with the Dow clinching a new all-time closing high and the S&P 500 snapping a five-day winning streak. A terrorist attack in France overnight cast a pall over the week's record rally. Crude oil prices ended higher even after a weekly count of active oil-drilling rigs in the U.S. climbed for the sixth time in seven weeks. West Texas Intermediate crude oil closed just under $46 a barrel. The commodity is up a little more than one percent for the week. Jabil Circuit (JBL) gained after Raymond James upgraded its rating to STRONG BUY from OUTPERFORM. Analysts said as the company's fundamentals bottom out, investor sentiment should improve. Infosys (INFY) plunged after cutting its annual revenue target. The IT firm expects revenue growth no higher than 12 percent for its fiscal year ending March, below a previous target range, as Brexit turmoil obscured its visibility.
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