Dow Jones up 0.86 percent.
S&P 500 up 1.44 percent.
Nasdaq up 2.05 percent.
The increase on Wall Street comes at a time when the US government seems to be approaching a new crisis package.
Republicans in the Senate on Monday proposed a $ 600 billion crisis package, including direct payments of $ 1,000 to each American.
President Joe Biden's proposal has so far been $ 1900 billion, more than three times as much as the Republican minority in Congress is now proposing.
From before, Biden has also proposed $ 1,400 direct payments to every American, having first promised $ 2,000 before he was installed as president.
Google collaboration throws Ford up
On Monday, Ford announced a six-year partnership with Google. The agreement states that Google will be responsible for cloud services, map services and other technological components in Ford cars in the future.
Ford vehicles will use Google Maps, Google Play, Google Assistant and other services from the tech giant from 2023.
At the same time, Google will help Ford use artificial intelligence in their logistics and production chains.
Ford shares immediately shot up seven percent when the news came.