US stocks move higher, led by Internet and Media companies

Facebook rose 1 percent rose. 9% were sunk by tesla as vehicle deliveries fell from the first quarter. After issuing a forecast office Depot drop 15%.

The ancient gains put the S&P 500 to extend its winning streak.

Markets are wobbly as traders wait for the government’s jobs report and prepare to get a new form of earnings reports.

Investors can also be keeping a close watch on the latest rounds of U.S.-China exchange negotiations. Even the U.S. and China opened a ninth round of talks Wednesday, aiming to further narrow differences in a trade war which has deepened doubt for investors and businesses and cast a pall over the prognosis for the international market.

KEEPING SCORE: The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 122 points, or 0.5 percent, to 26,326 at 10:05 a.m.. The S&P 500 has climbed for the previous five days in a row.

LOW BATTERY: deliveries dropped during the quarter and Tesla fell after the electric automobile manufacturer told investors that assembly lines slowed.

The business only churned out 77,100 vehicles to initiate leaving it well to meet the pledge of CEO Elon Musk.

Musk warned investors that the business is going to drop money during the quarter because it cuts prices in order to lower the purchase cost of this Model 3.

PAPER CUTS: Office Depot dove after it warned investors that revenue would fall short of predictions.

Additionally, it stated a 20% jump from newspaper costs over the previous 12 months will probably weigh down expenses. Its information technology services unit that is CompuCom had a quarter, getting revenue from existing customers.

The company has been fighting along with other retailers that are traditional to trade itself as it faces increased competition from internet businesses.

MESSY BURGERS: Red Robin Gourmet Burgers dropped 8 percent after its CEO stepped down as a important sales measure dropped.

CEO Denny Marie Post stepped down after meeting the board of directors. The company cited bad weather as the main reason behind the sales decline.