The markets rallied Thursday as the Dow, S&P and Russell 2000 had their biggest one-day gains since Feb. 3. The Dow closed up 259 points, while the S&P 500 gained 25 points. The biggest winner on the Dow Thursday was Disney -- the stock hit a lifetime high after the company announced a release date for the highly-anticipated new "Star Wars" film and confirmed it will produce a sequel to "Frozen." Kids everywhere are rejoicing!
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Despite the rally, energy finished the day in the red as oil fell over 2%, hitting a new six-week low.
Breaking news from FBN's Charlie Gasparino -- Trian Fund Management Founder Nelson Peltz is rebuffing calls by activist hedge fund Marcato Capital to have BNY Mellon CEO Gerald Hassell removed.
Also on Thursday, Deloitte's brand new and first female CEO sat down with FBN, talking about what it took to get to the top and what it was like to get a shout out by none other than Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
Coming up tomorrow, we'll be watching the producer price index out at 8:30 a.m. ET.
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