It was another record-setting day on Wall Street. This time, the Dow closed above 15,000 for the first time ever, hitting 15,056.
Investors also pushed the S&P 500 to a new record. The broad index gained 0.5% to end at 1,625.96
The stock euphoria didn't touch the Nasdaq. The tech-heavy index ticked up just 0.1% after wafting on either side of the breakeven line for much of the day.
Stocks have had a remarkable run this year, with all three indexes logging gains of 14% to 15% so far.
Corporate earnings dominate: Shares of DirecTV ( popped, after the company reported better-than-expected earnings. )
Molson Coors Brewing (, meanwhile, reported sales and profits that fell short of forecasts. )
First Solar's ( stock plunged, after the company missed earnings estimates. )
Tesla's ( stock dropped, after )CEO Elon Musk said a self-driving Tesla car is still several years from production.
OfficeMax ( widely missed earnings forecasts and said revenue this year would come in below analysts' estimates. At the same time, the office supply company issued a special dividend of $1.50 a share. )
Also, Walt Disney Company ( inked a deal with )Electronic Arts ( to co-develop )Star Wars video games. Reporting after the bell, Disney beat earnings and revenue estimates.
Shares of Whole Foods ( soared in aftermarket trading, after the supermarket store beat estimates. )
Kraft spin-off Mondelez ( didn't fare as well after hours. Its profits dipped, but shares still rose slightly. )
European markets closed higher, driven by strong results from financial firms Societe Generale ( and )HSBC (. )