Stocks rose in a broad-based rally Wednesday.
The Dow rose for a sixth straight session, adding eight tenths percent.
The S&P 500 reclaimed the 3,000 level.
Investors welcomed China's move to ease trade tensions by exempting some U.S. goods from additional tariffs.
Gerber Kawasaki CEO, Ross Gerber: SOUNDBITE: GERBER KAWASAKI CEO, ROSS GERBER (ENGLISH) SAYING: "Really, the trade war resolution just any resolution will drive these marketse at least 10% higher, and so any hint or hope or positive step that's being taken - today, China took a little conciliatory step, and you know, the markets move higher.
The markets are clearly being held back by Trump's policies"
Class="kln">Apple shares provided the biggest boost to the indexes one day after unveiling its new streaming video service at a price that undercuts Disney and Netflix.
GameStop's beleaguered shares plummeted further.
Quarterly same store sales plunged as hardware sales dropped.
The video game retailer lowered its same-store sales forecast for the fiscal year.
The stock has shed 60% this year.
Among the biggest losers on the S&P: Wynn Resorts.
The hotel and casino opertor announced a $750 million debt offering.