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S&P 500 hits record high on tech strength, earnings cheer; Dow up 120 pts

Ten of the 11 major S&P sectors advanced, with consumer discretionary, information technology and financials hitting life-time highs

Devik Jain and Shashank Nayar | Reuters
Wall Street, US stocks, S&P, Dow Jones
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Tesla Inc rose 1%, extending a record run that helped the electric-car maker surpass $1 trillion in market value on Monday after landing its biggest-ever order from rental car company Hertz

Gains in Tesla, Nvidia and other heavyweight technology names helped the benchmark S&P 500 index scale a record high on Tuesday, while upbeat results from UPS and GE added to optimism around the third-quarter earnings season.
Tesla Inc rose 1%, extending a record run that helped the electric-car maker surpass $1 trillion in market value on Monday after landing its biggest-ever order from rental car company Hertz.
Nvidia Corp was up 6.8% and hit an all-time high, while gains in mega-cap growth names such as Amazon.com, Apple Inc, Google-owner Alphabet Inc and Microsoft Corp gave a boost to the tech-heavy Nasdaq.
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First Published: Oct 26 2021 | 9:57 PM IST

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