Stocks rose broadly on Monday with all eleven sectors finishing the day higher and more than half rising at least 1%. Investors brushed off the multi-national missile strike against Syria, instead devoting their attention toward corporate earnings and economic releases. Bank of America’s strong quarterly results helped reverse Friday’s losses in Financials while U.S. Retail Sales broke a three-month streak of declining figures. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 212.9 points, or 0.87%, to settle at 24,573.04, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite gained 0.81% and 0.70%, respectively. Monday also saw the yield on the two-year Treasury hit levels unseen since 2008.