U.S. stocks broke new ground as the Dow climbed past 24,000 for the first time Thursday amid increasing signs of a federal tax overhaul.

Progress on tax legislation had prompted traders to rotate out of tech stocks, the year’s best performers, and switch to firms such as banks, which are seen as benefiting most from a potential reduction in the corporate tax rate.

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