The S&P 500 has rebounded in recent days after the holiday market collapsed last week.
The benchmark index gained 0.5% to 2,919.23, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 1.9% to 27,931.70.
P. gained 0,828.50 points to 1,878.72.
The market’s biggest gains on the day have been in the energy sector.
Oil prices have risen more than 10% in the past 24 hours, and the dollar rose to 61.36 yen from 59.96 yen.
That is the strongest rally in more than a month, and puts the Dow up over 500 points since the start of the year.
The energy sector is also helping to fuel the gains in stocks.
The Dow Jones Energy Index has gained more than 1,000 points this year, while shares in companies like oil giant Exxon Mobil and oil producer Baker Hughes have surged more than 8,000.
The Energy Index is up 7.4% year-to-date.
The Russell 2000 has risen nearly 11% since December, when it peaked at 2,876.17.
The tech sector, meanwhile, has been a major driver of recent gains in equities.
Apple Inc., Google Inc. and Facebook Inc. have all benefited from surging tech stocks and have seen their share prices rally.
The tech sector has also helped drive a rebound in the Dow, which has rallied about 40% since it peaked in early 2018.
The energy sector has contributed to some of the biggest gains for the S.P.’s biggest decliners.
Apple has fallen by more than 7% this year while the S.-P.500 index has fallen 7.6%.
Google’s stock has fallen almost as much as the S-P.250 index, which is down nearly 9%.
Facebook has fallen more than 12% in a year.
The S. &PS index has dropped more than 4% in 2017, while Facebook’s S&p.500 has fallen less than 2%.
The Dow has risen just shy of a trillion dollars this year.