Health care companies led US indexes modestly higher on Wall Street Friday, closing out the market's biggest weekly gain since March. The Dow Jones industrial average gained 91 points to 24,831, per the AP. The Nasdaq composite edged down 2 points to 7,402, and the S&P 500 index rose 4 points to 2,727. Drug makers and other health companies ended broadly higher Friday after President Trump announced plans to rein in drug prices that didn't seem to pose immediate threats to health care company profits. CVS Health rose 3.2% and Merck climbed 2.8%. Those gains outweighed losses in technology companies. Chipmaker Nvidia fell 2.2%.
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