Dow ends higher, and S&P 500, Nasdaq both finish at records as Biden OKs infrastructure plan

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    U.S. stock-market indexes closed solidly higher Thursday, helping the Nasdaq Composite notch its 17th record close of 2021, and the S&P 500 mark its first all-time high since June 14. The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +0.95% ended up 1% at around 34,196, the S&P 500 SPX, +0.58% ended 0.6% higher at 4,266, while the Nasdaq COMP, +0.69% finished up 0.7% at 14,369. The equity rally came as President Biden agreed to a roughly $1 trillion infrastructure plan Thursday, securing a long-sought bipartisan deal that lawmakers.

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