New York (CNN Business)- Another day, another report on China trade talks that is exciting Wall Street.

The Dow jumped 336 points, or 1.3%, on Friday. The S&P 500 climbed 1.3%, while the Nasdaq progressed 1%. All three noteworthy indexes surged about 3% on the week. US markets have propelled a month in a row, the longest series of wins since the mid year.

Markets assembled steam on Friday after Bloomberg News revealed that China has offered to go on a “six-year buying spree” to help imports from America. The objective is zero out China’s monstrous trade surplus with the United States by 2024, the report said.

Wall Street stays very sensitive to developments on the US-China trade talks. Stocks quickly soared on Thursday on a separate report recommending the US could ratchet back duties on China in an offer to quiet markets and accelerate negotiations.

China-sensitive stocks profited from the features. Boeing (BA) and Caterpillar (CAT) moved about 2% each, while Deere (DE) and Nvidia (NVDA) took off about 3%.

Energy stocks additionally posted solid increases, supported by a 3.3% surge in US oil costs to $53.80 a barrel.

Tesla (TSLA) dove 13% in the wake of caution of a softer fourth-quarter benefit and declaring layoffs. Netflix (NFLX) declined 4% as blockbuster subscriber development was overshadowed by weaker-than-expected revenue.

US markets will be shut on Monday in recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

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