NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- After five weeks of gains that pushed the S&P 500
Watch the video below for a closer look at how U.S. markets ended the trading day Monday:
The benchmark's record settling price last Friday was also the 78th of the five-year-old bull market.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average
The energy sector was the weakest area of the market, down 1.58%, as components such Schlumberger ( SLB) , Exxon ( XOM) and Halliburton ( HAL) each plunged more than 1% after crude oil prices sank below $100 a barrel for the first time in more than 14 months. Demand concerns worsened after Monday's weak Chinese import data. The United States Oil Fund ETF ( USO) fell 0.57% to $34.70.
U.S. stock markets climbed on Friday to end the shortened, holiday week higher by 0.2% as weaker-than-expected jobs growth minimized worries the Federal Reserve would hike rates sooner than later. Also helping the markets end the session positive, the Ukraine and pro-Russia forces signed a ceasefire agreement. It was the S&P's fifth straight week of gains that saw the index pushed up 0.5% on the day to a record closing high of 2,007.71.