NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Stocks closed sharply higher Friday after a relatively positive jobs report, but the market ended mostly flat for the week.
The S&P 500 gained 1.35% on Friday but was up only 0.37 for the week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 267 points, or 1.49%, posting a 0.9% gain for the week. The Nasdaq rose 1.18% but fell slightly for the week.
Shares of Bojangles' (BOJA), the fried-chicken-and-a-biscuit Southern chain, spiked as much as 47% from its IPO price of $19, after it began trading Friday on the Nasdaq. Bojangles priced its IPO Thursday evening at the high end of its range. The initial filing suggested a price range was $15 to $17 for 7.75 million shares to be sold. The stock closed up 25.3% to $23.81.
More than two-thirds of S&P 500 companies have reported so far this earnings season, but there remains some key players still set to disclose their quarterly performance. Among them, DISH Network (DISH) and Sotheby's (BID) will report on Monday, GoDaddy (GDDY) and Zillow (Z) will report Tuesday, Macy's (M) and Shake Shack (SHAK) are set for Wednesday, and Kohl's (KSS) is scheduled for Thursday.
On the economic calendar in the week ahead, April retail sales will be released on Wednesday, producer prices data is set for Thursday morning and industrial production figures is scheduled for Friday.