S&P 500 Returned 2.9% In 2nd Quarter And 9.2% In First Half Of 2017
America's 500 largest publicly-held companies have averaged about 10% annually since 1926, making the 9.2% total return in the six months ended June 29, 2017 an exceptionally strong start to the year.
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