According to Reuters, the top markets on Wall Street are on track to extend a streak of gains for a third day. By the afternoon on May 16th, the top three markets on the New York Stock Exchange rose over 1-percent each. The S&P 500 added about 40-points, gaining 1.4-percent and rising to 2,890, bringing the benchmark index within 2-percent of its last record high. For the S&P, its top eleven markets were trading up, with nine gaining more than 1-percent.

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