US Equity Markets rose to all-time highs and Treasuries edged lower after an American official hinted that the U.S. and China are close to locking down a partial trade deal. The US Dollar declined. The S&P 500 reached another record and gained for the sixth week in a row, the longest streak in two years, after White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said late Thursday negotiations between the two countries were nearing the final stages. Both the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which past 28,000 for the first time, and the NASDAQ Composite also hit all-time highs. Health care companies as well as trade-sensitive tech shares led the advance. Applied Materials Inc. surged after the maker of chip equipment boosted its sales forecast. The benchmark 10-year Treasury yield rose for the first time in a week, while the US Dollar dropped for a second day following a mixed bag of Retail Sales figures and weak factory numbers. The Japanese Yen fell along with Gold.

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