The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.7% to 17,621.30 on Thursday, while the S&P 500 rose 0,065.65 points to 2,845.85.
The Nasdaq Composite gained 2.1% to 6,982.07.
The tech sector gained 0.9% to 1,865.77.
The dollar advanced to 103.12 cents from 102.78 cents.
S.-European Union trade pact between the European Union and the U.N. reached a crucial milestone on Thursday as the leaders of the two countries reached a deal that would make it easier for U.R. businesses to access European markets.
The deal was agreed on Thursday by European Union President Jean-Claude Juncker and President of the European Council Donald Tusk, who met on Friday at the White House to sign the agreement.
The U.C.I.P. has been working for months on the trade pact, and the EU and the 27 other countries had agreed to it before the U,S.
election in November.
U.S., European Union leaders sign trade deal in Brussels Reuters U.W. trade ministers are set to meet on Monday to hammer out a trade deal that will lift U.F.O. quotas on products and boost trade with the U.-N.
and the Asia Pacific region.
The EU and U.A.E. signed the agreement on Friday and will begin to negotiate it in coming days.
The two sides are expected to reach a final agreement by the end of the year.
The European Commission said that while the deal was not final, the two sides were “ready to begin negotiations.”
European Commissioner for Trade and Industry Miguel Arias Cañete said the agreement would boost U.U.-U.K.-EU trade by about $20 billion over the next three years.
He said the U-K.-U-N agreement would make trade between the two blocs more fair.