B. Riley Wealth Management chief global strategist Mark Grant supplies insight into the market rally and provides advice on investing.U.S. equity futures traded higher, continuing a rally that saw the Dow close above 32,000 for the very first time.The major futures indexes recommend a gain of more than 1.9% on the Nasdaq and 0.3% on the Dow.GET FOX BUSINESS ON THE GO BY CLICKING HEREStocks got on Wednesday after an essential procedure of inflation in the U.S. can be found in lower than expected, reducing worries that price pressures could press rate of interest higher.The U.S. House of Representatives approved President Bidens $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief costs, assisting to send the Dow 1.5% greater to a record close of 32,297.02. TickerSecurityLastChangeChange %I: DJIDOW JONES AVERAGES32297.02 +464.28 +1.46%SP500S&& P 5003898.81 +23.37 +0.60%I: COMPNASDAQ COMPOSITE INDEX13068.831852-4.99 -0.04%The S&P 500 rose 23.37 indicate 3,898.81. The Nasdaq slipped less than 0.1% to 13,068.83. The Labor Department reported that U.S. customer prices, a key measure of inflation at the consumer level, rose 0.4% in February, the most significant gain in six months, led by a dive in fuel prices. But core inflation, excluding food and energy, published a much smaller 0.1% gain, reducing fears that the inflation may surge as the economy recovers from the pandemic.CONSUMER PRICES ROSE IN FEBRUARY AS BIDENS SPENDING PLAN SPARKS INFLATION FEARSTreasury yields fell broadly following the report, consisting of the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which influences rate of interest on home loans and other customer loans. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note was steady at 1.52%. Thursday early morning, the Labor Department will post its count of new claims for joblessness advantages for recently. Expectations are for 725,000, a decrease of 20,000 from the prior weeks reading and the most affordable considering that late November.In Europe, Londons FTSE slipped 0.3%, Germanys DAX was off 0.1% and Frances CAC gained 0.2%. In Asia, Tokyos Nikkei 225 index acquired 0.6%, the Hang Seng in Hong Kong added 1.7% and Chinas Shanghai Composite index jumped 2.4%. CLICK ON THIS LINK TO READ MORE ON FOX BUSINESSIn other trading, U.S. benchmark unrefined oil gained 73 cents to $65.16 per barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. It picked up 43 cents to $64.44 per barrel on Wednesday. Brent crude, the global standard, acquired 74 cents to $68.64 per barrel.The Associated Press contributed to this post.