The American stock exchanges rose on Tuesday for the fourth consecutive day.
Dow Jones ended with 0.3 percent to 25.822.29, while the S & P 500 rose 0.2 percent to 2,862.96. The latter were able to take note of their first intraday record since January. Technology high Nasdaq climbed 0.5 percent to 7,859.17.
Marketwatch.com justifies the revival with strong quarterly figures and key figures, and reduced fear of trade warfare with key countries.
Consumption and industrial stocks led one.
The indices Dow Jones Transportation Average and Russell 2000 both increased to new all-time high scores.
Dow Jones almost succeeded in escaping from a correctional area of six months. It came in on February 8 after having corrected 10% of the summit. The index is only 0.5 percent removed to break the negative trend.
Netflix and Tesla were positive about Nasdaq. The shares rose by three to four percent.