And now to your closing figures on Wall Street markets closed higher at the start of the week, powered by tech shares ahead of earnings from the sector's big shots in the coming week.
The Dow Jones closed 115 points higher while the S&P 500 was up point-7 percent at 32-39.
The tech-heavy NASDAQ closed up one.7 percent at around 10-thousand 536.
Oil prices were up despite steady growth of COVID-19 cases in many countries and the lack of flights raising concerns of demand recovery.
Brent crude added point-4 percent while WTI was up a nearly one percent at 41-dollars 65-cents a barrel.
Gold prices soared to record high, with investors flocking to safe havens to park their assets as concerns worsen over the resurgence in the COVID-19 and its impact.
Gold hit 1,961 dollars an ounce as of 6am Korea time, beating its previous record of 1,921 dollars set in 2011.
Silver 24-dollars an ounce, adding over 8 percent.