Oil prices surged last week after the September 14th attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities. West Texas Intermediate crude rose 14% in one day, though prices moderated a few days later. As a result, transportation industry stocks were down, but the overall stock market largely shrugged off the attack. Also last week, the Federal Reserve cut the Fed Funds rate by another 25 basis points. The rate cut was widely expected and garnered little reaction from stocks. Stocks finished the week lower, with large caps outperforming small caps and growth outperforming value.