Now to your markets, Wall Street closed higher Tuesday as traders shifted their attention to the prospect of fuller business activity amid the COVID-19 pandemic rather than the civil unrest gripping parts of the United States.
The Dow Jones went up one-percent to 25-742.
The S&P 500 picked up nearly about the same percentage amount.
The NASDAQ, added 56-points at 96-08.
Oil prices also rose on Tuesday on hopes of an OPEC-plus deal extension to support last month's price rally.
Brent Crude closed in on the 40-dollar barrel threshold, picking up over 3-percent while WTI closed the day at 36-dollars 99-cents a barrel.