U.S. stocks traded higher on Thursday as Wall Street remained positive about the Federal Reserve's plan to trim its balance sheet, while tech stocks climbed.
The S&P 500 reached an all-time intraday high at the open, rising above its previous record of 2,405.77. Information technology was among the best-performing sectors, rising 0.2 percent. Tech has been on a tear this year, rising more than 19 percent.
The Nasdaq composite also notched a new record, climbing over 6,170.16, as Netflix, Alphabet, and Facebook shares all rose.
The Dow Jones industrial average, meanwhile, traded about half a percent from its record high, with Home Depot contributing the most gains.