* The New York Stock Exchange composite index rose 3.19, to 649.77; the American Stock Exchange index rose 3.11, to 869.74; and the Russell index of 2,000 small stocks rose 6.37, to 507.56.

* Advancing issues outnumbered declining ones by 8 to 7 on the New York Stock Exchange, where trading volume rose to 1.09 billion shares, from 1.03 billion Thursday.

* The price of the Treasury's benchmark 30-year bond fell $4.37 1/2 per $1,000 invested, and its yield rose to 6.69 percent, from 6.65 percent late Thursday.

* The dollar fell against the Japanese yen and rose against the euro. In late New York trading, a dollar bought 105.87 yen, down from 106.17 yen late Thursday, and a euro bought $1.0122, down from $1.0258.

* Oil prices jumped 5 percent after an OPEC committee urged the group to keep production limits in place past their scheduled March expiration. Light, sweet crude oil for February delivery settled at $28.02 a barrel, up $1.33, on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

* Gold for current delivery fell on the Commodity Exchange division of the New York Mercantile Exchange to $283.90 a troy ounce from $284.10 on Thursday.