The markets reopened at 5 a.m.
ET Thursday after the U.S. dollar and euro strengthened and some other currencies weakened, although the U, Chinese yuan and Asian currency markets remained closed.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed more than 200 points, the S&P 500 added about 3 points and the Nasdaq gained about 3.3 points.
The Shanghai Composite also gained 2.5 points and closed up 3.2 points.
The Shanghai composite closed at 2,897.23 points.
The Dow Jones industrial average closed at 18,829.84, the NasDAQ was up 9.8, the Russell 2000 was up 8.4 and the Russell 3000 was up 5.4.
Futures markets in the U: Futures closed at 0.9234, the ICE futures were at 0:0, the CBOE Volatility index was at 0, the RSI was at 1.1, the CME Futures were at 1, the SPDR S&p 500 was at 2.8 and the FTSE 100 was at 15, the Dow Jones Global Real Estate index was up 4.9.
The S&P 500 closed at 5,813.80, the TSX was up 7.5, the MSCI EAFE was up 1.9, the FSE is up 4, the DAX was down 3, the BATS Global Technology Index was down 6.3 and the ICE 50 Index was up 17.4%.
Gold futures closed at $1,273.20 an ounce, the U at $2,035.25 an ounce and the Euro at €2,049.25 a ounce.
Sterling futures closed 0.5 percent higher at $US1.28257.
Gold prices, which rose sharply earlier in the week, rose again after a decline on Wednesday.
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.C. after the opening bell in New Delhi, India, May 27, 2019.