And for your market close Wall Street drifted higher on Thursday with modest gains, as investors weighed in on fiscal stimulus and Q2 earnings reports.
The Dow Jones was up, on the back of the better-than-expected weekly jobless claims numbers, to close point-7 percent higher.
The S&P 500 surged about the same percentage amount to 33-49.
Writing history again, NASDAQ closed above 11-thousand mark for the first time ever, as Facebook, Apple and Amazon closed at record highs.
The index closed up one-percent at 11-thousand 108.
Quite the different story on the oil market, Brent crude edged down less than one-tenth-of-a-percent while WTI lost near half-a-percent to 42-dollars a barrel.
Gold prices hit a record high for fifth straight session, approaching 21-hundred U.S. dollars an ounce.