U.S. stocks end a tad higher as Tesla rallies

The S&P 500 ended higher on Friday, led by a rally in Tesla, but missed session highs. The market is closely watching the Federal Reserve's policy meeting and inflation data next week. Tesla shares rose by 4.06%, as General Motors agreed to use the company's Supercharger network. The S&P 500 gained 0.11% to 4,298.86 points, marking an extension of its winning streak to four consecutive weeks. Traders predict 72% chances of the Federal Reserve holding interest rates while consumer prices data on Tuesday will help shape expectations of further rate hikes in July.

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