The stock market is soaring, but not as high as the past two decades, according to data from the New York Stock Exchange.
The S&P 500 index rose 3.1% to 1,890.56.
The Nasdaq, meanwhile, fell 1.3% to 6,619.24.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average, meanwhile fell 1%, to 4,831.15.
The stock market rally has been fueled by a new wave of optimism among investors about the health of the economy.
This is fueled in part by the Federal Reserve’s latest interest rate increase, which is expected to start next week and will likely boost the economy by 1% to 2% over the next year.
The Dow Jones rose more than 10% for the first time in four years.
Shares of Starbucks rose more that 1% for a third straight day, the largest rally in two years.
Starbucks also said it would buy about $4 billion of shares from an unnamed Chinese investment firm.
The investment firm is also looking to expand into the U.S. and China.
Shares of Starbucks and Wal-Mart, both of which are part of the same chain, are up 2% in the past 24 hours.
Shares in Apple and Cisco rose by 1.5% each.
Apple shares rose 6.9% and Cisco shares jumped 5.5%.
Shares of Walmart were up 2.9%.
The Dow has risen 5.1%.
The Nasdaq has gained 3.3%.